Capturing Spring Photography Webinar for Teens

Compiled and run by professional photographers with over 6 years experience teaching photography to teenagers

Capturing Spring Photography Webinar Information:

Course date: Saturday 11th April 2020

Course time: 10:30 – 13:00

Fee: £25

Workshop Key Points:

  • Live & interactive group webinar
  • Run just like our venue workshops
  • Learn how the camera works
  • Fun inspiring tasks during webinar
  • Downloadable task worksheets
  • Quizzes
  • Live feedback on your photographs
  • Bridge or d-slr camera recommended

Capturing Spring Photography Webinar Information:

Colour, budding flowers and lovely light will be captured in today’s photography webinar. Teens will learn how to use their focus and camera settings creatively to capture spring through their lenses at home. We will cover aperture & shutter speed, familiarising students with their camera’s mechanics. Students will participate in a number of interactive activities to try out their new knowledge and producing great photos as a result. Students will learn how to use the spring sunlight, creating fun silhouettes and highlighting spring colours. Our students will finish today’s webinar with a great set of images depicting spring.

How the webinar works:

  • Enroll on the course (fill in a few details)
  • Join the live webinar on the scheduled day
  • Spend 2.5hrs learning how your camera works through interactive tasks
  • Freedom to ask questions and learn directly from a professional photographer
  • Complete photographic tasks in your own home & garden
  • Receive live feedback on the photographs taken during the class

Your teacher

Our teens photography online courses are taught by professional photographer and experienced teacher, Lillie Spibey. Lillie is passionate about seeing student’s progress and has taught teenagers and the Duke of Edinburgh Award for the past 5 years as well as provided private tuition and run bespoke educational events. As a children’s BBC guest presenter, Lillie is naturally friendly and comfortable working with young people and teenagers.