Week 4 of Photo Club

Week 4 of Photo Club

Last week at our after school photography clubs the children continued to “paint with light” and enjoyed making shapes and writing things with their torches. They were really excited when they learned new ways to take great shots, especially when they figured out how to create “portals” on the floor by spinning the flashlights around.

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Painting with light

Painting with light

In this week’s after school photography club we had a very exciting theme for the children to work with, called “painting with light”. The students have been using flash lights to literally write their names, draw outlines, hearts and spirals in their photos. We explained to the children how to use the “firework” setting on

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Week 3 of Photo Club

Week 3 of Photo Club

We have some more great examples from our “Winter” theme at last week’s after school photography clubs where the children really learned how to think outside the box. Due to the lack of snow, ice or Christmas, which is what the children thought of when we said the word “Winter”, they made use of the camera’s

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Winter

Winter

This week at after school photography club the children were asked “What is the first thing you think about when I say the word Winter?”. They came up with various answers including snow, ice, and Christmas but we then asked them to tell us how they would photograph those things, particularly bearing in mind the

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Week 2 of Photo Club

Week 2 of Photo Club

We have been continuing the “Flash” theme in our after school photography clubs and we have some more great examples to show you. The children have continued to use their imagination and took on the theme very competently, also learning how to make sure the shots are in focus. During our children’s photography workshops this

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Flash!

Flash!

As it gets dark so early at this time of year, this week’s theme at our after school photography clubs was all about using the flash to take great photographs in the dark. We showed the students how to use the flash, and that it’s a great way of capturing action or a scene. As it’s

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