Zoom Photography Workshop for Kids

3 days of fun, interactive & inspiring live photographic workshops via zoom for a small group

Compiled and run by professional tutors with over 6 years experience teaching kids photography


Kids Easter Photography Workshop Information:

Dates: April 7th – April 9th (3 Days)

Workshop time: 9-10am, with photographic tasks for the rest of the day!

Fee: £45 for 3 days of workshops

Course Key Points:

  • Live & interactive small group webinars each morning
  • Learn about Aperture, Shutter Speed & ISO
  • 3 Days of varied Photographic Subjects
  • Downloadable worksheets
  • Fun inspiring tasks
  • Quizzes
  • Feedback on your photographs
  • Bridge or d-slr camera recommended

Zoom Photography Workshops for Kids

April 7th – April 9th 2021

Morning meeting: 9-10am every morning

Learn how to take great photographs through our 3 day half term online photography workshop for kids. Students will meet with a tutor via zoom every morning for a live interactive hour session of photography. Each day will focus on a different photographic subject, and the tutor will discuss which camera settings to use and fun composition ideas to try. The live online workshops are interactive and the students will be asked to do several photographic tasks during the workshop, encouraging them to use their camera and ask any questions that crop up.

Students will receive a PDF worksheet with daily photographic assignments and fun quizzes to complete during the day. At the end of the day the students will send their favourite photographs to the tutor, and receive feedback the following morning.  Students will finish the 3 day course with a wonderful portfolio of images and great understanding of their camera and how to use it creatively.

This workshop is great for all levels of photographers, as the daily topics are based on photographic subjects, so we start at the beginning on which settings to use and what compositional cues to look for in their photos. For the Easter workshops, students will capture spring through their lenses learning how to use aperture (flower & landscape mode), shutter speed (action mode) & composition to improve their images.

Day 1- Spring Aperture: blossoms & landscapes
Day 2- Spring Shutter Speeds: action & wildlife
Day 3 – Spring Composition: learn how to compose interesting images

*Compact, Bridge cameras or DSLR’s suggested for the workshop

*Workshop will have no more than 15 students


How the Live Online Workshop works:

  • Enroll on the course (fill in a few details)
  • Log-in to the online workshop, for webinar details, daily pdfs and fun quizzes
  • Join the live webinar each morning for an hour of teaching & fun
  • Freedom to ask questions and learn directly from a professional photographer
  • Complete photographic tasks in your own home/garden/local area
  • Receive LIVE feedback on your photographs & further inspiration

child taking a photo of a flower on a photography course at Tatton Park


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 children & 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.


Testimonials

Kat (Parent) “Thank you for today. Elena really enjoyed today’s course and is looking forward to the next week course. Will definitely do some more in the future. ” Isobel (14) “I found this webinar really informative and I learnt how to use light to my advantage. I also liked using a range of materials” Kerry "I had a lot of fun this morning on the webinar. I feel more confident and comfortable when using my camera now knowing what all the different settings do!” Claire (14) "One of the things I really enjoyed about the workshop was being able to experiment with the shutter speed. I'm really looking forward to the next one that I do.”