This half term we were back at Brooklands Museum teaching kids and teens about automotive photography!
Our students love automotive photography. Brooklands Museum is the perfect place for them to photograph cars, engines and planes. We started the day with our kids (age 7-11) photography course. The kids learnt about how to use their flower setting to take close ups of the engine parts and their landscape setting to photograph the massive planes. They also learnt how to use their action setting to capture the cars driving around Brooklands track!
Here are some of the kids best photos:
In the afternoon the teens learnt about how their camera worked and which settings were best to use for different parts of the course. They used the flower and aperture setting to photograph close up parts of the engines, the landscape and aperture setting to photograph the planes, and their action or shutter priority to photograph the moving cars on the track. Although the course is structured very similar to the kids one, the teens learn more about the cameras manual settings and how to use them.
Here are some of the teens best photos: