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IMPORTANT! Must have access to DSLR Camera, printer for 4×6 prints (can also print at your local camera store or shop), tape.
Photo projects to help your young photographer to become more intentional in creating images instead of just simply taking pictures.
Fun Activites: word search, definition matching, photo projects, coloring.
Copy and tape 4×6 print boxes for reflection and comments
This book is aimed towards helping your young photographer become more intentional in their photographic art process. This includes awareness in lighting, composition, location scouting, and the thought process behind creating. Learning how to critique your own work is also highly beneficial to growth, development, and critical thinking. Executing projects that involves a thoughtful process rather than just snapping an image will help transform your young photographer to not only create better images, but appreciate their work even more. The projects will also help your young photographer get their feet wet in different areas of photography, which in turn they can figure out what they like most and pursue it. Printing the images they capture is extremely important as it is something tangible they can hold and value more knowing they created this. This also allows for the process in speaking about your photography work and sharing it with friends and family. Being in front of a tangible peice of artwork allows for a more intimate engagement. Part of the goal is also to have your young photographer reflect back to their previous work to see how much they have improved. Get your photographer creating instead of taking!
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From the Publisher
Great Activity Book For Your Young Photographer
The Young Photographer’s activity book is aimed at helping your young photographer with their critical thinking and thought process behind creating images. It is easy to snap photos, but takes more effort to be intentional with images you create. This book will help your young photographer practice the process of creating an image which includes awareness in lighting, location, intent of the image, and more.
Photography isn’t only a great hobby, but it is also a great way to discipline the mind. It can allow your photographer to become more aware of the subtle things that the everyday person misses such as the birds in the sky, or the apple on the tree. Its a way of seeing things in a different perspective which can open up new thoughts and opinions about the world. One of the best thing about photography is the traits your young photographer will learn about themselves throughout their journey.
Cut & Paste 4×6 prints Self Critiques
Self critiques are when you look at your own work and you allow yourself to explore different ways you can improve your image. These can be things that you should’ve include in the image, left out, or composition such as different angles, etc. This is a great way for your young photographer to explore different ways to improve as a photographer. Printing images is a helpful way for your photographer to increase their engagement with their creations. It is more meaningful to hold tangible images to explore in person and also to share with others.
Executing projects that involves a thoughtful process rather than just snapping an image will help transform your young photographer to not only create better images, but appreciate their work even more.
The Process and Habits
These simple steps are the pivoting points of helping your young photographer become more intentional with their creations. This will help them produce more meaningful images and become more confident in the process.
1. Subject – Understanding what is the main focus of an image is important to show viewers who they are to be looking at. 2. Location and Lighting – Location determines the type of lighting that will be needed to capture an image. Being intentional in moving subjects or positioning oneself to achieve better lighting is a great skillset to have. 3. Posing – Posing helps frame the subject in the image and allows for manipulation.4. Compose – Composing is the final step. Start clicking the shutter and reconstructing as needed both in perspective and angles to create the best images.
Things You’ll Need!
In order to utilize the contents of this activity book. Your Young Photographer should have access to a DSLR camera, printer for image printing (local shop works too), scissors, tape, and color pencils/crayons.
DEVELOP ABILITY TO SELF CRITIQUE FOR IMPROVEMENTS
ASIN : B095JTQTWV
Publisher : Independently published (May 22, 2021)
Language : English
Paperback : 31 pages
ISBN-13 : 979-8508229146
Item Weight : 3.52 ounces
Dimensions : 8.5 x 0.07 x 11 inches