yahoo rencontre belgique In July I carried out an informal art experiment to let go of my son’s shoes from the age of 2-8. The shoe collection had been held on to, photographed and used in drawings as an ongoing project throughout that time.
http://irinakirilenko.com/?deribaska=bin%C3%A4re-optionen-profi-charts&d8b=3a piattaforme per opzioni binarie Hand a child a camera and you never know what will happen. You will get lots of blurry photographs and many photographs of feet. You will get close ups of objects you never knew were interesting. You will get unusual angles, dramatic compositions, lots of colour and lots of fun.
http://camanual.com/?e8c=d6 The fantastic photographs included here were taken in Summer term of 2015 by a group of young photographers at Thomas Fairchild Community School in Hackney, aged 5-9. The pupils used digital compact cameras and a sense of adventure. The main aim of these workshops, facilitated by Angela Stapleford Photography & Community, was for children to have fun with cameras, and the resulting photographs also revealed the pupils’ incredible talent and creativity.
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