Create A Monochromatic Digital Photography Project
In this week’s NEU To Do for Kids project, young photographers will use a digital camera or a smart device to capture and edit monochromatic photographs. Students will practice using light and shadows while also exploring techniques such as photo composition, perspective, and framing to create a portfolio of nature images inspired by the work of Ansel Adams.
- Digital camera or smart device (such as an android phone or iphone, ipad, or tablet)
Be sure to share your creations with us on social media #NEUtoDoKids!
Watch the video
Video source: The Ansel Adams Gallery (February 2020)
These activities were created in collaboration with the Neuberger Museum of Art Education Department and Diana Puglisi, Curator of Education, Youth & Adult Programs.