Junior Photographer Workshop
Why does your child need this Photography Workshop?
As with a bird after a worm, an early exposure to a varied array of skills and experiences can be crucial in your child’s quest for their life’s love. At the very least, a new skill can develop into a hobby, engaging your child’s interest, stimulating their cognition, stoking their creativity and even paving the way for a future of verve and creativity.
At Toehold, the importance of this is not lost on us. Hence we bring to you the Junior Photographer Workshop for children in the age group of 8 to 16, specially crafted for growing minds.
Award-winning photographers whose reputation precedes them.
Structured material and instruction to make sure you learn everything you need.
Practical exercises for every topic.
Mentors at your service even after the Workshop.
What does this Workshop offer?
Starting with the basics of digital photography and camera handling, this Workshop will go beyond technicalities. It will train your child’s creative eye to picture the myriad riches in the world, and arm them with the power of self-expression.
What’s better, far removed from the pedantic banality of school, this Workshop embodies fun and interaction in a milieu of informality and creativity as its existential principles, and includes both classroom and outdoor sessions under the riotous tutelage a prodigious photographer. Patient, warm, humorous and full of beans, he makes learning an experience to savour rather than scamper to eschew.
Gift your child this Workshop, so they may paint their way with light to a picturesque future.
After this Workshop, your child can:
Definition and brief history of photography
Purpose of and approaches to photography
Basics of photographic equipment
Using a point-and-shoot camera
Using an SLR camera
Hands-on learning and practice. Composing and designing photographs for visual impact
Practical techniques for various photography genres, including nature, people, landscape, close-up/macro
Introduction to specialized forms of photography, such as photography of nocturnal street life, astronomy and time-lapse
Using basic software tools for image adjustments
Includes lunch, tea, and applicable taxes. Payment options will be shared upon inquiry.
In the unfortunate event that you wish to cancel your booking after the payment, you will receive a credit note that can be used to avail of any of our services listed on our website, for:
- 100% of the amount if you cancel on or before the last Monday before the Workshop,
- 50% of the amount if you cancel between the last Monday and Thursday before the Workshop.
No credit note will be issued for cancelling after the Course begins or for failing to attend the Course without prior intimation, and no cash refunds will be made under any circumstances.
Frequently Asked Questions
This Workshop is for anybody between the age of 8 and 16 and wants to learn the basics of photography.
The age group of the audience has been chosen bearing in mind the Workshop content and style of delivery. However, if your child is outside the age group and you’re yet interested in admitting him/her, please talk to us.
This Workshop assumes no prior experience in or knowledge of photography. If your child has no interest in photography, through this fascinating Workshop, we’ll hope to spawn an interest in him/her, so it’s certainly a good idea to enroll him/her.
Bringing a camera is strongly recommended, since we’ll have practical exercises for all the discussed topics. This camera can be either a digital SLR or a point-and-shoot camera with manual controls. Please contact us if you’re not sure if your camera is suitable. You may also hire a camera from us if you don’t have one. If your child has prior photography experience, they may bring, on a portable storage device, some pictures they have taken, for review.
We have multiple payment options including online transfer, from which you may choose one as per your convenience. Details will be shared when we receive your enquiry.
Please bring your camera and kit lens, a fully charged battery, a memory card with sufficient space for a day’s photography, and your camera manual.