Our theme in week 6 of our photography for kids club has been all about Autumn and so far the kids are really enjoying capturing the beautiful colours of the season. They are really embracing the skills they learnt from our perspective theme a few weeks ago, and using them to make more creative shots, which is great to see. They have been getting high and low with their cameras and using a lot of motion too by throwing the leaves up in the air. They have also been focusing on their senses, trying to capture abstract concepts like ‘crackling leaves’ in their images. The Autumn theme definitely seems to be a hit with the children. They really liked an image from William Eggleston too (shown on the right) and his use of perspective and colour. A lot of the kids took inspiration from this image for their own photos, which is great.

Here are some of the fantastic images so far, we can’t wait to see the rest of this week’s children’s after school photography club images. If you want to see more head to our photography for kids gallery here.

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William Eggleston “Rail Tracks”