This weeks theme: Landscape photography

This weeks theme: Landscape photography

This week’s theme is all about encouraging the students to take creative landscape shots. We will be talking about where to place the horizon line- encouraging them to place the horizon high or the horizon low – anywhere but in the middle. They will need to remember perspective! We’ll be asking the students to think about what is

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Week 8: Black and White

Week 8: Black and White

This week at our after school photography clubs the kids are learning all about how to take great black and white photographs. Encouraging the children to keep their creams on the black and white setting will get them to focus on the contrasting light. Black and white photographs introduce more emotion to the photograph, making photographs

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It’s toy week!

It’s toy week!

This week at our after school photography clubs we are photographing toys! This theme is always so much fun and kids just love it! The point of the assignment is for the students to include their toy in every image, making sure each image is different. We will encourage them to try taking different perspectives

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Half term at The Photographers Gallery

Half term at The Photographers Gallery

Half term began with 3 days at The Photographers Gallery, London. Students could sign up to 1, 2 or all 3 days, which each covered different techniques and themes. Colour Day one was focusing on Colour. This session was all about capturing the colour in the world around us. We looked at the work of famous

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Winter photography

Winter photography

We may all be hoping for Spring, but Winter is still very much upon us! So that’s why this weeks after school photography club theme is Winter! You can take some amazing photographs of this season, especially when theres frost and ice around. We will be asking the after school club children what they think of

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My favourite things about me

My favourite things about me

Last week’s after school photography club was all about encouraging the kids to think about what their favourite things about themselves are. This could be appearance, abilities, hobbies, personality, anything! They really struggled to begin with saying “I don’t have any favourite things!” But after much encouragement and suggestions, they soon wrote a list of

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