Using an ants point of view to make creative compositions
Creative compositions were our focus this week at after school photography club. We encouraged the children to think outside the box when it came to composing their images. How did we do this? We asked the students to pretend their camera was an ant! By doing this is forces a different perspective. If your camera was an ant, what would it see? It would be crawling up walls, through long grass, into small gaps, seeing the world from a tiny point of view! We showed our students photographs by famous photographer Chris Steele-Perkins, Micha Bar-Am & Elliott Erwitt for inspiration.
As always our students excelled at this theme and took some brilliant photographs. Here are a few of their best shots:
The after school photography club children did amazing this week changing their perspective to make creative compositions by using an ants perspective. The photographs they have taken are brilliant! If you love these photos, you’ll love our Instagram page! We post all our kids & teens photos, as well as little photos & videos of the kids & teens in action. Click here to find our page! If you’re interested in finding out more about our After School Photography Clubs then head to our After School Club page! We also run day workshops in schools, if this is something you would be interested in, head to our School Photography Workshops page.