Properly introduce students to photography with 6 EASY-TO-FOLLOW PHOTOGRAPHY LESSON PLANS that teach students all they'll ever need to know to enjoy a lifetime of photography - with any camera!
These photography lesson plans are turn-key. You can put them into practice immediately.
All you have to do is guide your students as they learn about lighting and composition through a series of hands-on assignments and reviews.
You even get a Teacher's Guide to guarantee that you correctly explain the lighting and composition principles being discussed in each lesson.
Photography is a universally accepted means of communication. Understanding how to communicate with any camera begins with these 6 simple lessons.
"I loved the clear enthusiastic explanations of the concepts and the bright and well-organized format and that any student at any level with any camera can benefit from the exercises."
- Amanda Boswell, Homeschool Co-op Photography Teacher
6 Photography Lesson Plans
1 Teacher's Guide
3 Photography Study Guides
30-Day Photography Challenge
1 Student Workbook
24 Cut-Out Photo Flash Cards
1 Photo Scavenger Hunt
Each lesson is a 4-page full-color printable that clearly lays out the lesson plan objectives and assignments.
Each lesson plan has plenty of photo examples and simple instructions that students can easily understand and follow.
ALL OF THESE PHOTOGRAPHY LESSONS CAN BE SUCCESSFULLY COMPLETED USING THE CAMERA'S AUTO MODE!
SEE REAL IMPROVEMENT AFTER THE FIRST LESSON!
Appropriate for all cameras and grades.
This is not a course on how to use your camera or how to shoot in manual mode.
Our study of photography focuses on Light and Composition; two elements that all photographers must understand regardless what camera is being used.
All of these photography lessons and assignments are centered on seeing or manipulating light and creating proper composition techniques. As a result, every lesson can be completed using the camera's auto-mode.
These six lessons will make anyone a better photographer - starting from the first lesson!
You will be teaching your students how to create amazing photos by combining interesting light with engaging composition.
If you are not a great photographer, don't worry!
The Teacher's Guide gives extended explanations so you understand how light and composition are used to make better photos.
This 10-page easy-to-follow Teacher's Guide is your personal how-to for getting the most out of each lesson.
As a natural supplement to the photography lesson plans, you get three photography study guides for added clarity to each lesson.
These photography study guides will help your students gain a better understanding of proper lighting and composition techniques.
Additionally, your students will come to understand how their camera works and the kinds of photos their camera is capable of producing. This will lead your students into taking photos that are best suited for their camera resulting in consistently better photographs.
Night Photography Study Guide - Cameras are light eaters! Feeding your camera more light will result in sharper, crisper, brighter and more colorful photos. However, take away all of that light and all cameras begin to struggle.
The Night Photography Study Guide will show you how your camera affects your photos when you take photos in low light. And of course we'll show you what you can do to overcome not just low light but bad light as well.
Exploring Light Study Guide - It all comes down to light. There are varieties of light just as there are varieties of fruits and vegetables. Light comes in different colors and in different intensities. Light comes from different directions or only one direction or from every direction.
Get ready to explore light!
To make sure you don't run out of creative ways to reinforce each lesson, as a free bonus, we are also providing our popular 30 Day Photography Challenge.
Every challenge offers a new way for your students to see, question and advance their photography knowledge and skills.
As a second FREE Bonus, you get a Fun Pack of activities to give your students even more ways to understand and define how light and composition affect their photos.
The activities pack includes:
All high-quality full-color (PDF) printables.
"The lesson plans were easy to use and just the right length for my 11 and 13-year-old. They really liked the emphasis on fun and practice."
- Allyson Drinnon