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PHOTO CLASS FOR KIDS & TEENS is a comprehensive, in-depth, curriculum geared towards teaching kids (and teens) ages 12-18 the basics of photography. This course has been taught to more than 150 students since 2013, and has produced some incredibly talented artists!

Read on to learn more!

 

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PHOTO CLASS FOR KIDS & TEENS

PHOTO CLASS FOR KIDS & TEENS is a complete photography course, which will not only introduce your student to their camera, but actually allows them to use it to its fullest potential! By the end of the twelve lessons, students will be comfortable with their camera in hand, understanding light, and most importantly, shooting 100% in manual mode.

This twelve part class covers the following topics, and includes creative challenges for students to work on in between meeting together:

 

7. PIXELS VS RESOLUTION
What are they are why are they important to understand?

8. JPEG VS RAW
Learning these file types. Which is better, or is it?

9. CROPPING
Should you crop? Why or why not? Understanding crop ratio!

10. WHITE BALANCE
What is White Balance and how can it change my photography?

11. COMPOSITION + PERSPECTIVE
Why these two elements are so important to creating an image!

12. NATURAL LIGHT
Finding it, using it, loving it!

1. CAMERA TYPES
DSLR vs Point & Shoot

2. PARTS & FEATURES
All those buttons!

3. MEMORY CARDS
CF vs SD cards and how to care for them

4. LENSES
Covers five main types of lenses, why to use which ones and when

5. EXPOSURE
ISO, Aperture, Shutter Speed (aka: getting OFF of AUTO and shooting in MANUAL!)

6. LIGHT METER
What it is and how to use it to read light, and help you produce properly exposed photos

 

 

BONUS LESSONS

 

In addition to the lessons above, are six optional PHOTO IN LIFE elements, covering six different types of photography one might pursue as a career choice, these include:

  • Food photography
  • Pet photography
  • Landscape photography
  • Sports photography
  • Wedding photography
  • Portrait photography

 

WHAT TO BRING

  • Yourself!
  • A smile!
  • And of course, a camera, a DSLR to be exact.  Suggestion: If you really want to get amazing portraits, I would invest in and bring a prime lens. Don't know what that means? Shoot me a message and I'll give you more info [and a great place to get an amazing price on one!] You'll never regret that purchase. Like, ever.
  • Fully charged battery + empty memory card.
 

What will you get

  • A course taught by local home school mom and professional photographer, Angie Warren
  • PHOTO CLASS FOR KIDS & TEENS workbook, yours to keep
  • Plenty of hands on experience, ensuring your students grasp and understand the lessons
  • A key chain cheat sheet to keep in your camera bag!
 
Images shot by STUDENTS T & V

Images shot by STUDENTS T & V


INTERESTED?

Are you interested in hosting a Photo Class co-op, or getting your student on the list for our first group? Send a note using the button below and we'll be in touch!


ABOUT ANGIE

Angie Warren is a homeschooling mama of three living in Northern California, with her husband, children, and furry German Shepherd dog. She spent many years as a professional wedding & portrait photographer, as well as freelance writer, and now focuses her attention on home educating her children - while teaching the occasional photography course, encouraging young artistic minds to use their cameras to their fullest potential.

You may view her complete Press List (publications, interviews, articles) by clicking HERE, or check out their family homeschool site, by clicking HERE.


WHAT PARENTS & STUDENTS ARE SAYING

"I am thrilled to have you teach my child!"

- D, mom of two

"This class taught me a lot about taking photos and being creative!"

- R, age 15

 

"Fantastic, absolutely fantastic. As a homeschooling mom this is just the kind of curriculum I desired for my photo-loving kids."

-T, mom of four

 

"I already liked taking pictures, but now I actually know how to work a nice camera."

- J, age 17

"It blows my mind how much my daughter has learned this year, she looks forward to the creative assignments the most!"

- H, mom of one

 

"My favorite part of class was shooting together!"

- C, age 18