Photography for kids

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Sl 3 Taking photos is an art form that evokes a certain mood and often carries a specific message.
A framed photo can be just as a painting or a sculpture.
Sl 4 Looking at pictures of holidays, wedding, family events provides us with pleasure and sweet memories. Taking pictures for family albums is also an investment for the future. Family albums become cherished heirlooms and links to a family's past. While you are taking photos for family albums, ask yourself: what future generations would want to see and what you would want them to know about your family. A photograph will forever hold your memories. All those smiles and enjoyment, all those feeling down and blue. All you have to do is flip through those picture albums of yours, or browse through saved photos in your computer. All those fun memories will surely come flooding back and cheer you up. So, never left your camera behind your life!
Sl 5 Looking at pictures of the past provides us with understanding of how previous generations lived, as well as details of past historical events. It is well known that looking at pictures has an impact that words can't convey. One picture says thousands words. While people can read about horrors of World War, the pictures of navy's actions and vivid scenes of battle/s field intense power that evokes the viewer's feelings.
Sl 8 There is an SLR camera. Single Lens Reflection. There is only one lens in a camera that you can look through and take pictures. There is a mirror inside a camera that allows you to see exactly what will been captured onto a film. The way it functions is that you see what you wonna shoot than you trip the shutter. The mirror quickly pops up and reveals a piece of the film witch takes a picture. You can turn lens to focus and compose your picture.
Sl 12 There is a term in photography, candid shots, where the subject of the photograph is not under control. The resulting picture looks more natural, spontaneous, life. The following are tips for successful candid photography: ...
Sl 13 Everyone can be a good photographer! Nowadays, photography as a hobby has become even more popular than ever. It is a result might be due to rapid blooming of technology in digital cameras. Taking photos can be as easy as pointing the camera, clicking and hoping something turns out. However, this method may be inconstant: sometimes it works and sometimes it doesn’t.
Professional photographers don’t take photos in this way. How can you learn? ...
Sl 14 For you as for children the main key is to have fun. If you have fun you will get good fun shots. The fun mood will be translate into vibrant photos.
Sl 15: foods and meals – all about one day or traditional dishes for events during whole year,
Sl 16: pets – make as more images of your pets or neighbor's pets as you can,
Sl 17: flowers – around your house and inside
Sl 18: Find a marvel at everyday miracles all around us.

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  • Sl 1 I've prepared answers for these questions:...
    Sl 2 We take photos for different purposes...
    Sl 3 Photography as an art:
    Taking photos is an art form that evokes a certain mood and often carries a specific message.
    A framed photo can be just as a painting or a sculpture.
    Sl 4 Another reason why people take photos is for family memories. Looking at pictures of holidays, wedding, family events provides us with pleasure and sweet memories.
    Taking pictures for family albums is also an investment for the future. Family albums become cherished heirlooms and links to a family's past. While you are taking photos for family albums, ask yourself: what future generations would want to see and what you would want them to know about your family.
    A photograph will forever hold your memories. All those smiles and enjoyment, all those feeling down and blue. All you have to do is flip through those picture albums of yours, or browse through saved photos in your computer. All those fun memories will surely come flooding back and cheer you up.
    So, never left your camera behind your life!
    Sl 5 We often use photos to connect with the past. Looking at pictures of the past provides us with understanding of how previous generations lived, as well as details of past historical events.
    It is well known that looking at pictures has an impact that words can't convey. One picture says thousands words. While people can read about horrors of World War, the pictures of navy's actions and vivid scenes of battle/s field intense power that evokes the viewer's feelings.
    Sl 6 *video http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=j6YKU4OynPQ*
    Sl 7 *video about first pocket camera Kodak 1925 http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=15vh01oCFy0*
    Sl 8 There is an SLR camera. SLR means Single Lens Reflection. There is only one lens in a camera that you can look through and take pictures. There is a mirror inside a camera that allows you to see exactly what will been captured onto a film.
    The way it functions is that you see what you wonna shoot than you trip the shutter. The mirror quickly pops up and reveals a piece of the film witch takes a picture. You can turn lens to focus and compose your picture.
    Sl 9 Digital SLR has similar principal of working but more complex smart device.
    Single-lens-reflect camera contains a reflex mirror set at a 45 degree angle. When light from the lens hits the mirror, it's reflected up to a focusing screen, then on to the pentaprism and delivered to the viewfinder eyepiece. When you press the shutter button to make a shot, the mirror flips up out of the light path so the light can reach the image sensor. The mirror then drops back down to the viewing position once the exposure has been made.
    Sl 10 * How does DSLR works: video http://www.youtube.com/watch?_openstat=shrt;youtube;;&v=nSF3xdIWrPI*
    Sl 11 Now, we know how does camera works. So, how we can do great images?
    1. Study your camera. Learn how all the settings work. Read your
    camera's instruction book and take several test pictures.



    2. Position your subject. Look through the viewfinder to make sure
    everything is included in the frame. Make sure that everything you
    want in the shot is in the picture, and ready to be captured.

    3.
Focus the camera. Many cameras have auto focus as a default
    setting. Be patient, camera can take a few seconds to bring the
    subject into focus.



    4. Take your picture. Keep your hand steady as you press the shutter
    button. After you take the picture, keep the camera in position to
    the picture to be recorded. If you move immediately after
    pressing the shutter button, often times you will just get a blur!
    In fact, take multiple pictures of each subject.
    Try shots from varying distances, or reposition your subject and
    shoot from different angles. This will give you a variety of pictures
    to choose from when you complete your photo shoot.



    Taking professional looking pictures can be fun and rewarding. With patience and practice you will be taking photos worth framing every time!

    Sl 12 There is a term in photography, candid shots, where the subject of the photograph is not under control. The resulting picture looks more natural, spontaneous, life. The following are tips for successful candid photography:
    There is a term in photography, candid shots, where the subject of the photograph is not under control. The resulting picture looks more natural, spontaneous, life. The following are tips for successful candid photography:

    1. Bring your camera everywhere. Be ready to shoot at any time because an interesting moment may be just around the corner. Wherever you been, turn around, look around – find the subject, catch the moment!

    2. Pay close attention to your surroundings: what's going on, who are presenting, what is hidden from other's eyes? The simplest things may become interesting objects to shoot. These may be a daydreaming store owner, people waiting for their train, the elderly, someone sitting next to you, a couple of birds. The possibilities are endless.

    3. Always be at the ready to shoot! When you find the right moment, do not hesitate to take the shot. Shoot it now! Don't ever assume you can do a picture later. Don't think you can come back tomorrow and get it. Tomorrow will be another weather and another mood. No way the moment gonna happen again.

    4. Do not overthink techniques. Focus on simple techniques and use the automatic features of your camera.

    5. No need for constant eye-level photography. You may try a hip-level or underhead-level or even plain-level shot for a different point of view. This, however, may require more luck and skill.

    5. Do not take photos of people’s back too often. It will result in a seemingly dull image. Try to always shoot people’s side or face.

    6. Moments where people are doing certain activities are great for shooting candid photographs. These may be of athletes, merchants, or farmers working. Try to capture the essence of their work. For instance, photograph your sister or brother doing her or his homework, playing with dog, or your mother, making a dinner.

    7. Always practice and shoot continuously. Experiment with different angles, locations, and scenes. You can also find inspiration from others’ photographs.

    One more suggestion.
    It's so cool to have a view what you just have got. But it also dangerous. You can miss lots of moments with your head stuck in your LCD. Checking that just went on is a surefire ticket to missing what's around to go on. For better result, you can make a series of pictures. The sum is definitely greater than parts and if you are checking the LCD, you are not putting together the parts. Be disciplined, keep your eye in the camera and your head in the game. Plenty of time later to mean, cheer, laugh or cry.

    Sl 13 Everyone can be a good photographer!
    Nowadays, photography as a hobby has become even more popular than ever. It is a result might be due to rapid blooming of technology in digital cameras. Taking photos can be as easy as pointing the camera, clicking and hoping something turns out. Many people take pictures in this manner. However, this method may be inconstant: sometimes it works and sometimes it doesn’t.
    Professional photographers don’t take photos in this way. Instead, a professional photographer, or an experienced amateur, takes the time to study his or her subject. Lighting, the angle of the shot and composition are all evaluated. In my opinion, everyone can become a better photographer if they have a desire to excel and some patience to practice basic skills.

    To become a good photographer first you should have deep knowledge about photographing. You have always practice it everyday. You have to learn some strategies about how to make fine pictures. How can you learn?

    1. The most important thing: read the manual book that came together with your camera. Try to understand all the button's functions, explore and learn from your mistakes.
    2. Make friend who are more experienced about your gear. Find someone who is willing to help to solve your problems. Find out all the tips about good photography.
    3. Spend a lot of time to surf tutorials from online forums. Join with photographers club in your city. Teamwork is a great power!

    Who is a good photographer?
    The different between a great photographer and an ordinary photographer is this just the way how they see things. A great photographer sees what others would miss; a great photographer would wait hours together to get the right amount of light to capture or to get the right moment to shoot.

    For a good photographer camera is just a tool.
    Just a piece of equipment. You may have a big powerful camera, but your photos will be boring.
    What’s more important is the idea of the photographer.

    Photography is an art as well as science. If you understand the art side of it, you would know how to spot a great photograph even before you pick up the camera. If you understand the science part of it, you will know how to record the scene that you saw without any changes. A photographer should develop both the science and art skills to shoot best photos.

    Sl 14 For you as for children the main key is to have fun. If you have fun you will get good fun shots. The fun mood will be translate into vibrant photos.
    Phototrip. Take memorable trip or travel photos. Let your friends know where you've been, what you've seen, what kind of attractions was there.
    When you travel to different places, it is must to bring a camera. Traveling allows you to see unique sights, experience once-in-a-lifetime moments, meet new and interesting people, and do exciting and wondrous things. When you go home, you may never experience all these things again. And that is where a camera comes in.
    Photoday. Arrange the family photoday somewhen on Saturday or Sunday. Take many photos about everyone in your family: what they do, what they love, where you go together. Show their and your own daily routines and events.
    Photoprojects. You can thing of any subject for your own project. For example:

    Sl 15: foods and meals – all about one day or traditional dishes for events during whole year,
    Sl 16: pets – make as more images of your pets or neighbor's pets as you can,
    Sl 17: flowers – around your house and inside. Etc

    Sl 18: Find a marvel at everyday miracles all around us. Be creative! Be unusual! Make unique pictures!
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Photography for kids

  1. 1. The Photography For Kids <ul><li>Why do we need a photography? </li></ul><ul><li>What's about the history? </li></ul><ul><li>How does it work? </li></ul><ul><li>How we can effort success in every case? </li></ul><ul><li>Can everyone be a good photographer? </li></ul><ul><li>How can you make fun with camera? </li></ul>
  2. 2. Why do we need a photography? People take pictures for many reasons, ranging from sentimental motivations to entirely practical reasons. Taking pictures may be an art form, a family hobby or a historical responsibility. Similarly, looking at pictures puts us in touch with the past, keeps us informed of news events and allows us to appreciate artistry.
  3. 3. The Art
  4. 4. The Family Albums
  5. 5. News and History
  6. 6. History of Photography
  7. 7. The Old Pocket Camera
  8. 8. How does it works
  9. 9. How does it works
  10. 10. How does it works
  11. 11. How to Take Professional Looking Photographs 1. Study your camera. Learn how all the settings work. Read your camera's instruction book and take several test pictures.
 
 2. Position your subject . Look through the viewfinder to make sure everything is included in the frame. Make sure that everything you want in the shot is in the picture, and ready to be captured. 3. 
 Focus the camera . Many cameras have auto focus as a default setting. Be patient, camera can take a few seconds to bring the subject into focus.
 
 4. Take your picture . Keep your hand steady as you press the shutter button. After you take the picture, keep the camera in position to the picture to be recorded. If you move immediately after pressing the shutter button, often times you will just get a blur! In fact, take multiple pictures of each subject. Try shots from varying distances, or reposition your subject and shoot from different angles. This will give you a variety of pictures to choose from when you complete your photo shoot.
 

  12. 12. 8 Tips for Candid Photography 1. Bring your camera everywhere. 2. Pay close attention to your surroundings. 3. Always be at the ready to shoot. 4. Do not overthink techniques. 5. No need for constant eye-level photography. 6. Try to always shoot people’s side or face. 7. Catch people when they doing certain activities. Always practice and shoot continuously. Experiment with different angles, locations, and scenes. You can also find inspiration from others’ photographs.
  13. 13. Everyone Can Be Good Photographer! Read the manual book Find someone who can help Engage online and offline conversations
  14. 14. Making fun with your camera Phototrip PhotoDay Photoproject
  15. 15. Photoproject: foods
  16. 16. Photoproject: pets
  17. 17. Flowers
  18. 18. Be creative ! Be unusual ! Make unique pictures!

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