I had a full kids photography course at Brooklands Museum on Monday during half term break. It was a wonderful morning, full of blue skies and sunshine, which created a great backdrop for all the photographs of the amazing cars and planes. We focused on capturing the details of the planes and cars, looking at where the light was coming from, and using it to highlight our subjects. The kids loved photographing the needle at the very top of the Concord’s nose – and with the blue sky behind, it almost became an abstract piece of art. We looked at how we could use the reflections on the wheels and mirrors, capturing us, capturing the cars. We also worked in low light situations, photographing the antique cars inside the museum. The children were taught how to hold their cameras to avoid camera shake, along with the various settings they could use in order to avoid blur. They produced lots of gorgeous images which we are very proud of and will share shortly.