Photo workshop at school 27. Julij, Kamnik

Danes je bil zame malce poseben dan. Kot prostovoljka sem vodila krajšo fotografsko delavnico za otroke od 7. do 9. razreda osnovne šole 27. julij v Kamniku. Šolo obiskujejo otroci, ki imajo težave z učenjem, zato nisem bila prepičana kaj pričakovati. Vse skupaj se je izkazalo kot zanimiva izkušnja zame in za njih (vsaj upam). =)
Glede na to, da se približuje rojstni dan slavnega slovenskega generala Rudolfa Maistra in je Kamnik njegov rojstni kraj, smo tematiko fotografiranja posvetili njemu. Obiskali smo njegovo rojstno hišo, ki je zdaj muzej, kjer so otroci naredili nekaj fotografij, nato pa smo si ogledali še dva njegova kipa, lokalni bar in pa ulico, ki sta poimenovana po njem. Celotna delavnica je bila namenjena tudi temu, da otrokom prikažemo, da za zanimive fotografije ne potrebujejo odličnih fotoaparatov, zato so vse fotografije posneli kar s svojimi mobilnimi telefoni (na srečo so vsi že imeli pametne telefone, kar je malce olajšalo delo).
Zdaj moram le še narediti končni izbor fotografij, da bodo lahko razstavljene v njihovi šoli. Če boste imeli priložnost se lahko udeležite otvoritve, ki bo 25. marca ob 10:00 v njihovi jedilnici.

V rojstni hiši Rudolfa Maistra / At the birth house of Rudolf Maister
V rojstni hiši Rudolfa Maistra / At the birth house of Rudolf Maister

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Today was a bit special for me. I volunteered to lead a short photography workshop for kids from 7th to 9th grade, from school 27. Julij in Kamnik, Slovenia. This is a school for kids with learning problems, so I wasn’t sure what to expect, but it turned out as an interesting hour for me and for them (at least I hope so). =)
Since the day of birth of famous Slovenian general Rudolf Maister is coming, and Kamnik is his birthplace, we made this our main theme for photos. We visited his birth house that is now a museum, so kids took some photos there, then we went to see two of his statues in the city and a local bar and street that are named after him. The whole workshop was meant also to show these kids that you don’t really need a great camera to capture nice things, so they took all the photos with their mobile phones (luckily they all had smart phones, so that made things a bit easier).
Now I just have to make a final selection of photos, so they will be exhibited in their school. If you get a chance you are welcome to stop by at the opening, 25. March at 10:00 in their dining room.

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