Our Summer Kidtographers are officially on assignment! Check out their best photos from week one!
The Posterjack Summer Kidtographers are taking advantage of the great summer weather and getting outdoors. Here’s a look at what they’ve been up to.
“This is a corn field at my aunt’s place. We were waiting for it to become dark enough for me and my cousins to enjoy our annual school-end bonfire.”
“My family and I drove from Whitehorse to Skagway, Alaska—just a two hour drive from my house—and took a ferry across the Lynn Canal to Haines, Alaska. While in Haines, we took a short hike on the Battery Point Trail in Chilkat State Park.”
“Dad, Grandpa, and Grandma were cooking smokies and hot dogs at our little backyard cookout at Grandma and Grandpa’s house.”
“This picture was taken while driving up the Niagara escarpment. It’s a shot of the sunset over Dundas Valley. It looks like a painting because of how it was blurred. We were moving fast (~100 km/h) and I used a slow shutter speed (2.0s).”
Our Kidtographers are off to a great start! We can’t wait to see next week’s photos!