For kids aged 9 - 13
Superpower Photo Tips & Techniques: Part I
Thursdays at 5:00 MST
October 27 - November 17, 2022
This beginner’s online program is designed to introduce kids ages 9-13 to the “superpower” photography skills used by professional photographers. They will explore how photographers across all genres use the same set of creative fundamentals to create beautiful and compelling images. The weekly sessions are scaffolded so as to encourage a deeper understanding of how they can apply and layer these skills in their own practice as burgeoning young photographers.
Here is what we will cover in
BIRD'S EYE / WORM'S EYE
Kids will be introduced to the various vantage points used by photographers to enhance visual interest in their photos.
ELEMENTS OF DESIGN
Kids will learn about elements of design and how photographers use them to enhance visual interest in their photos.
Kids will be introduced to the technique of framing and how photographers use it to create visual boundaries that guide the viewer to a focal point.
LIGHT & SHADOWS
Kids will observe and play with the types of light photographers use to enhance appearance of their subject, elicit mood, add depth to their image.
Meet the instructor
Diana is a professional photographer, teaching artist, and founder of Project Kids & Cameras. Her photography programs are informed by an extensive study of key progressive methods such a Literacy Through Photography, PhotoVoice and Visual Thinking Strategies. She designs and facilitates photography workshops for schools, community art centres, libraries, and local arts organizations throughout the Greater Toronto Area and has taught over 2000 kids and adults since 2014. She is an advocate for practicing photography as a catalyst for self-expression, mindfulness, creativity and critical thinking. She received her B.A. in Communications / Photojournalism from Temple University, and her Teaching Artist Certification from The University of The Arts, Philadelphia, PA.