Workshop #2 at the Village of Arts and Humanities

Last Friday was the second of our Pole Photography workshops!  This time, we worked with a younger group of girls, and it was a very different experience.  The excitement was tangible.  It’s always interesting to see what our participants think is interesting and how they approach the project.

This time, we added a challenge to the workshop.  Each group had to have at least one picture of the following things: 1) a person, 2) something that can’t be seen standing on the ground, and 3) a photo without a person.

The pictures below not only show what the groups came up with, but the process in action too.  Enjoy!

One of the many results of the workshop, an aerial photo...

One of the participants handling the equipment...

Two participants looking at the pictures they took on the computer...

An after-workshop selfie of Danielle and one of her team members...

Aerial shot of one of the groups...

Aerial photo of one of the participants doing a hand stand...

Aerial photo of Olivia's group, sitting on a mosaic rock...

Ivar’s favorite quote from the exit surveys our participants filled out?

Question: “What can be improved?”

Answer: “My behavior!”

-Olivia