Last Friday, our Fourth Form GCSE Photography students headed to Gillingham Riverside Park and Rochester Castle. During the visit, students were able to gain first-hand photography experience using DSLR cameras, to capture the photogenic surroundings in contrasting locations.
Students were able to photograph a range of focal points and textures whilst at Gillingham Riverside Park. These included the boat wrecks, the Medway Estuary and the Nature Reserve. At Rochester Castle, students captured the historic architecture as well as the intricate architecture of the second oldest cathedral in England.
Interesting compositions and shots were taken by students, which they will use for their current Photography project. It was a fantastic trip and excellent experience gained for their GCSE course.