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Photography

Suggested ages: 10-14

Date: Time: 1:00 pm–3:00 pm
Online
Contact: Lauren Stohlmann, (402) 267-2205, lstohlmann2@unl.edu
Nearly 200 years ago, photography was born. As you can imagine, things have changed a little bit. In this workshop, youth will: 1) learn the nuts and bolts of photography; 2) understand the difference between a snapshot and art; 3) explore new and exciting ways to enhance photography skills; and 4) have fun of course!
Instructor: Lauren Stohlmann, Extension Educator

Materials needed: A piece of equipment capable of taking pictures* such as a phone, a tablet, a camera, paper and pencil, a lamp or other source of light, something you love, i.e., a stuffed animal, a trophy, your pet; a snack you found in your house, a picture you took that are proud of, something colorful, something black, white or gray, something you found in nature, i.e., a flower, a leaf, grass, a stick, listening ears because we’ll be moving around during this workshop. *While laptops have the ability to take pictures with the photobooth app, they are not ideal for photography.

Registration link:

https://go.unl.edu/twmh

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This event originated in Nebraska Extension - Cass County.