This week at after school photography club the kids were challenged to photograph from an ants perspective!
To get the children thinking about different perspectives and angles, we asked them to think about how they would see their surroundings if they were an ant. This meant putting their cameras on the ground, along a wall, up a tree. Anything to get that unique perspective. We showed them the work of Peter Marlow, Richard Kalvar and William Eggleston for inspiration. The aim for this weeks theme was that the students learn how much a difference perspective makes in their photos.
They took some brilliant photos, here are this weeks sharp shooters:
Tillingbourne Primary School:
Holy Trinity School:
St. Pauls Primary School:
Bushy Hill Junior School:
Boxgrove Primary School:
As always we are super impressed with how great the after school club kids photographs are. If you love these photos, you’ll love our Instagram page! We post all our kids & teens photos, as well as little photos & videos of the kids & teens in action. Click here to find our page! If you’re interested in finding out more about our After School Photography Clubs then head to our After School Club page! We also run day workshops in schools, if this is something you would be interested in, head to our School Photography Workshops page!