We have now finished week two of our Children’s Photography After School Clubs in Surrey and the students took many bright, well composed photographs. This week in the photography for kids after school clubs, the students concentrated on taking sharply focused photographs and shooting bright colours. The young photographers found really interesting ways of capturing the colourful theme in each of their images. The children particularly enjoyed making abstract, colourful images by spinning their cameras on self-timer, can you guess which image was taken with the technique below? The students are approaching their subjects differently than last week, trying to photograph each colourful item closely, so it become abstract, making their viewer spend more time looking and thinking about the image. All of the digital cameras for our kids photography workshops have different settings for the children to use, such as black and white, vivid colour, a mirror effect and the beloved bubble effect. Every child in the childrens photography courses is using the settings on the cameras to take different types of photographs, which is wonderful and is evident in each beautifully thought out photograph.
Here are some of the kids colourful photography from this week. If you want to see more of their great work visit the gallery here.
Want to get your child involved in photography? We also provide photography courses for kids around Surrey and birthday parties too. To find out more about our photography for kids, visit our ‘photography courses for children’ page here, or check out more of our after school clubs here.
To see if your child may be eligible for our clubs, visit our schools directly. We currently teach at Tillingbourne Junior, Cranleigh Primary, Surrey Hills Primary, Belmont Prep, Danes Hill and St Paul’s Primary.