In the 21st century, we can’t imagine how we would record memories without using cameras. Whether you save a picture of your farewell party or maybe a fight in a street – a camera is essential to capture all those memories!
Digital photography has grown to become more than just clicking photos through a camera. It’s become an essential form of art involving sophisticated tools and techniques.
With the growing popularity of digital camera technology, recording memories in its purest form have become more advanced than ever. In such an age it becomes vital to teach children the art of digital photography.
As it helps students to express their idea and creativity. Creativity is a way of living life that embraces originality and makes unique connections between seemingly disparate ideas. Creativity is about living life as a journey into seeing and communicating the extra-ordinariness of the simplest and photography as an art can play important role in it.
Photography is now required across industries like advertising, journalism, fashion or even in medicine. The scope for photography as a career option in the digital age has increased drastically.
We cannot just click the picture and just process it. Post clicking picture, it requires lots of editing and touching up to bring the life in picture and it can be actually used as a medium of expressing of ideas.
This will allow and encourage students to explore, discover, create, and understand their own work and the works of others through a variety of processes and personal discoveries. This empowers students to take risks.
Also, When kids are older and start experimenting with more of the technical side, like composition, focus and lighting, they can improve problem-solving skills.
Plus, no matter which skills kids are working on when they’re taking pictures, they’ll still have fun taking and sharing photos with friends and family.