Level: Teens Beginners Plus and Intermediate

Teens Photojournalism introduces students to visual storytelling as observation, statement or reaction and the understanding of the process involved in creating a photo story. Over the course of four days students will learn the technical and be introduced to the creative side of storytelling, using it as a vehicle to establish a clear visual narrative.

Expanding from the visual storytelling format there will be lessons in spotting photographic opportunities, storyboard preparation, fly on the wall techniques, winning the subject’s trust, filming the story, editing and presenting for audience. Steve will be referencing much of his own work so students will receive a first person account of the process.

This course is designed for the Teen showing confidence in operating a camera and looking for practice in using those skills creatively and with focus. Our Teens Photojournalism course is part of our developing multimedia series which introduces students to the practice of expressing themselves through storytelling.

Who is this for?
Teens interested in a taster in photojournalism and media and communications will benefit from the exposure to both the material and working with a photojournalist and cameraman.

This course can be used as a Skill for the Duke of Edinburgh’s Award scheme.

Max class size: 6


Mon 6 Aug – Thurs 9 Aug | 2:30-5:30pm AFTERNOONS (12 hours total)  £285 – PHOTOJOURNALISM VIDEO WITH YOUR PHONE!