Underwater photography tips

Underwater photography tips

This week’s hot weather spell is the perfect time to try out some underwater photography! You can try this in a paddling pool at home, at a local swimming pool or in the sea. Here are some of our top tips on how to take underwater photos that stand out: 1. Make sure you are

Posted
Half term fun!

Half term fun!

This half term, grab your camera and get creative! Practice your photography skills by going out and about and photographing the world around you – your back garden, your local walk, a family day out or your family holiday. A little project like “Why I love June” is a great way to practice a whole range

Posted
First half of summer term recap

First half of summer term recap

We can’t quite believe how fast the first half of summer term ended! We have covered so many different themes in the past few weeks, ranging from colour to still life to bugs and bubbles and finally summer (and more in between)! Our students were so enthusiastic each week, and have taken some truly wonderful photographs.

Posted
Bring your own toy!

Bring your own toy!

We asked kids to bring their favourite toy at last week’s photography club. The aim was to photograph a toy from many different angles and perspectives – from above, below, up close and far away, and try different camera settings for different effects. Students were also encouraged to continue practicing focus, by half pressing the shutter button

Posted
Week 5 of Photo Club

Week 5 of Photo Club

Following the half term break, our after school photography clubs return this week with another brand new theme for the children. This week they’ll be learning about how to take the best photographs of shapes and textures. One of the most important aspects of this theme is for the children to ensure their photos are in focus

Posted
Perspective

Perspective

Another great week has gone by at our after school photography clubs and this week the children had an exciting new challenge. They were given the theme of “perspective” and, to help them understand and encourage them to take photographs from different angles, they were all given a toy dinosaur to work with and take

Posted