Photo Walk Ideas?

PhotoWalkIdeas will help your photo creativity with a list of themes to shoot while on your photo walk.

On your iPhone™, choose from themes including Abstracts, Nature, People and Urban. Using a dictionary of 5,000 words, PhotoWalkIdeas allows you to choose a level of difficulty, and gives you a list of ideas to target and shoot.

When the best iPhone was the 3GS!

When the best iPhone was the 3GS!

Novice, intermediate, and expert photographers can all benefit from and enjoy PhotoWalkIdeas! 


Version 1.5 has been released and is available in iTunes. This is a no cost upgrade to the folks who downloaded the first version of the app (and a thank you to them).

We have had some inquiries about an Android version, and we are considering it though development has not started.


It has been a very long time between releases, so we have had a time to store up some great new features for the app:

  • Multiple lists: The app will now support multiple lists, as many as you want.
  • Import lists: The app can now import text to form a list. Just use the 'Import' page and a list can be pasted in.
  • Take photos: The app allows you to take photos in the app which will be stored in the iPhone library. 
  • Use the Photos Library: Bring in images from the iPhone Library to show with your individual ideas.
  • GPS coordinates: When you are looking at an individual idea, you can manually add the current GPS coordinates or the time. The will get added automatically when you flip the switch to complete.
  • Export Lists: You can export the list via eMail, Twitter or Facebook, as well as adding it to the Notes app.
  • Modern Design: The app also now has an interface that was designed for iOS 9.

In order to make all the changes, the app was rewritten from scratch in Swift, so updates will be easier to make.

The app has many features that carry over from v 1.0:

  • Random Word Lists: A 5000 word dictionary that can be used to randomly create your photo lists. 
  • Idea Completion: Each idea can be completed individually with automatic date and location completion, and checkmarks in the list view.

A few thoughts in the works for a future version:

  • An Apple Watch version that would allow you to look at a list on the watch.