This week at our after school photography clubs the kids have been learning about perspective photography.
Perspective photography can be really fun and effective, but its not always the easiest thing to achieve! You need to really think about how to compose each shot to make it work. We asked the children to use perspective to make what they’re photographing look bigger or smaller than it is in real life. We showed them photographs by famous photographers Chien-Chi Chang and William Eggleston for inspiration.
We encouraged the kids to think really creatively and we weren’t disappointed! They really thought outside the box and the photos they have taken are fab. Check out our ‘Sharp Shooters’ below:
Tillingbourne Junior School
Holy Trinity Primary School
St Pauls Primary School
Bushy Hill Junior School
Boxgrove Primary School
Why not give this theme a go yourself? To make something appear bigger than one of your friends, all you need to do is place the object close to the camera and ask your friend to stand really far away. This will make your friend look tiny and the object look huge! Give it a go!
The children did amazing this week using perspective to make things look bigger or smaller than they really are and the photographs they have taken are brilliant! If you love these photos, you’ll love our Instagrampage! 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.