Spend a day taking photos together as a family, painting with lights, using long exposures and have the chance to use an innovative pixel stick to make funky rainbow light waves.
Who is this course for?
This course is suitable for children aged 6-11 years to enjoy learning with a parent or guardian. It is open to beginners and improvers. You don’t need any previous experience as full instruction and guidance is given. For those who have some photography experience this is a chance to practice your skills and learn some new techniques.
The course is accessible for people with disabilities as families will be working together and can provide support. The room is wheelchair accessible.
Age ranges are set carefully to take into account key age developments, materials being used and course stimulus. It is very important that age ranges are not too large or across key stages and therefore need to be adhered to.
What will you learn on this course?
This one-day course is a chance for families to enjoy learning about night time photography, using light to paint patterns, and get the opportunity to use a pixel stick, a new innovative tool where you can photograph rainbow light waves, flames and bitmap images.
Artist tutor Kate Green will be on hand to offer guidance and support, honing your skills and introducing new techniques to suit your individual level.
You will also spend some time back in mac’s media studio reviewing your photographs on the computers and discussing how to assess and select your best images for printing or sharing.
Do you need to bring anything?
Bring along your camera, it can be any type of camera including a phone. Please bring the cable you need to connect your camera to a computer. You should bring a tripod if you have one and appropriate clothing for going outside.
Are there any additional costs?
The course fee covers one child and one adult. There is a charge for each additional person (adult or child). There must be one adult for every three children.
Who teaches this course?