A summary of the program.
In today's world, almost all kids have a smart phone that acts as a multi purpose device. One of the most used and the most exciting feature of the smart phone is the camera. The phones these days are equipped with camera sensors that are as good as a point and shoot camera. Can kids use this pocket camera to take great photographs? How can they contribute in preserving nature through photography?
Join us for a workshop on mobile photography for kids, amidst the natural environment at TNAU where kids learn about photography and nature documentation along with a travel photographer and a wildlife researcher.
- Dos and Don'ts in mobile Photography.
- Photography ethics.
- Composition techniques.
- Introduction to Nature Documentation.
Things to bring:
- Any camera phone.
- Water bottle.
Eligibility: 11 to 15 years old.
Some of the great pictures happen along the journey and not necessarily at your destination.
- Steve McCurry
Explore the photographs from our previous sessions.