Basic Photography for Kids (Face to Face)
Let your kids pick up a new skill they can use in their schoolwork and that can sharpen their creativity. Your child can be more creative with photography!
Our basic photography workshop for kids shows them how to make the most of their camera, using exercises and examples that makes learning fun and fruitful. At the end of the workshop, each student will be tasked with a final project to demonstrate the skills and creativity they have learned.
Method of teaching
Face to face onsite classroom learning delivery.
What will be covered
- Camera basics: Understanding the different types of cameras, how to use them, and basic camera settings.
- Composition: Learning the basics of composing a photo, such as the rule of thirds, leading lines, and how to create depth.
- Lighting: Understanding how different lighting conditions can affect a photo
- Exposure: Learning about shutter speed, aperture, and ISO and how to use these settings to control exposure and create different effects.
- Subject matter: Understanding how to choose a subject for a photo and how to capture it in a way that tells a story.
- Includes photography “field trip” to nearby location.
Potential benefits to your kids
- Boosts creativity: Photography encourages kids to see the world in a different way and helps them develop their creativity.
- Improves visual skills: Through photography, kids learn to observe, analyze, and understand their surroundings, which improves their visual skills.
- Enhances problem-solving skills: Photography requires kids to think critically and find solutions to problems, such as how to improve the lighting or composition of a photo.
- Increases confidence: As kids learn new photography skills, their confidence grows, and they become more self-assured.
- Promotes self-expression: Photography allows kids to express themselves and showcase their unique perspectives and vision.
- Develops technical skills: Kids learn about the technical aspects of photography, such as how to use a camera, how to adjust settings, and how to edit photos.
- Provides a fun activity: Photography is a fun and engaging activity that keeps kids interested and motivated to learn.
- Builds a lifelong hobby: Photography can be a lifelong hobby that kids can continue to enjoy and develop as they grow older.
Who can attend
Ideal for children ages of 9 and 15, who are able to understand simple instructions and explanations.
Participants should have a point-and-shoot or DLSR camera for the hands-on exercises.