No matter your age or experience level, you can learn how to take beautiful film photographs in the Film Photography Project. Shooting with film takes more planning than shooting digitally, which makes the results that much more rewarding!
In this project, you’ll learn:
- How to choose the right camera for you
- How to plan and execute the perfect shot
- Tips for taking pictures of landscapes, animals and people
- Different lighting and framing techniques
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Science & Technology
Did you know?
There are three directions light can come from in a photo: side, front and back. Learn more about different lighting techniques in this 4-H project!