13 Lessons to Teach Your Child About Digital Photography
Photography for Kids: Activities They Can Do!
*Post contains affiliate links. Thanks in advance for supporting Click it Up a Notch. One of my friends wants to give her son a project and thought a photography one would be fun! I love this idea and wanted to give you some ideas to do photography for kids. You can purchase a child proof durable camera or if your children are older and a little more responsible you can purchase an inexpensive point and shoot. Photography for Kids: Ages 3-5 You may not be able to teach them as many skills at this age but you can familiarize them with a camera and give them different activities they can do. Activity ideas: – Learn their colors – Have the child walk around the house or outside and look for things of a certain color and photograph them. – Starts with… – Ask them to find objects that start with a certain letter and photograph them. – Their name – They could either find objects that start with the letters in their name or they could look for things that look like letters to make their name.
How To Teach Photography To Children
This bear was brought in by one of the children and proved to be a popular photo subject. He could also sit still, unlike the children. We named him “Ansel.” By Bob Couey Teaching primary school-age children basic photography. When I was recently offered a part-time position teaching photography to young children at an after-school education facility, I anticipated this assignment could be challenging. The children made these ornaments. Who’s the student? My initial approach to teaching smaller kids the art and basics of photography was to lecture, project various photo examples for discussion, lecture a little more, then gradually move into some hands-on work. Wrong. “All classes need to engage the students all the time,” said the after-school facility’s education director. Yes, I trusted her because she was absolutely right. What to teach? I had 14 weeks of subjects to fill to satisfy my agreement with the facility. A little separation Portraiture Still-life, macro, Photoshop and more