Expressive Animal Photography
Are you a teen Interesting in learning how to connect with animals creatively through photography?
Sheepish Grin Animal Photography is offering a four week program for teens. During this program you will learn about animal photography, animal welfare with a one on one connection with the rescued Winslow Farm animals, while exploring your unique vision.
Week One will include learning about the Winslow Animals, learning to photograph animals and viewing some examples of animal photography online.
Week Two will include choosing a project, learning some basics about framing, lighting, and composition, as well as viewing some examples of photography projects online.
Week Three will continue working on the photography project, learning about creating a unique visual expression, with online viewing demonstrating how others help with the rescue of animals and why animal welfare is important.
Week Four will be the student’s presentation of the photography project, with ten photographs printed in booklet form.
One photo from each project will be professionally printed and exhibited at Winslow Farm.
Two sessions. One program begins July 1 meeting on subsequent Mondays. One program begins on July 3 meeting on subsequent Wednesdays.
Start time is 9am, with two hours of photography time for each of the three weeks.
Each course is limited to six students.
Cost is $185 for the program.
Any type of camera is fine, including phone cameras.
No experience needed
A signed guardian release form is necessary