This past Saturday, Brittany taught a weekend workshop all about digital photography. We learned all about photograph composition, vantage points, and matting images!
We started the day by testing our outdoor photography skills
You have to make sure you get a good angle!
How will water look in a picture?
We weren't afraid of getting in the dirt to get a good picture!
Next, we used fabric, fake plants, toy animals, and building blocks to create life-like themed scenes around the classroom. Students were challenged to make 4 different scenes: space, jungle, castle, and pirate ship.
Constructing a castle for our themed scene shoot
Working together to make a space scene
Using blue fabric to simulate the ocean
Creating a rain forest full of wild animals
Another attempt at castle construction
Future photographers hard at work
Of course the parrot sits on top the mast
Trying their best to make Earth fit into outer space
Working hard on a symmetry exercise
Asking Sarah for some artistic insight
Next, we headed over to the National Ranching Heritage Center to snap some photos of wildlife, historic houses, and nature.
Flowers always make for a pretty picture
Being a good photographer means getting pictures at all angles!
Windows can act as great photo frames!
Hm, what's in there?
Peeking through the window
We finished the day with a Photo Scavenger Hunt!
Everyone had a great time and took some really beautiful pictures!
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