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by Michael Ford last modified 28 Jun, 2016 04:18 PM

Today’s world is fast-paced and highly visual. A well-chosen picture can transform a story. This means taking clear, colourful, interesting pictures.

If you are unsure how to do this, help is at hand. Our photography guidelines give tips on framing a shot, composition and lighting.

Click here to download our Guidelines
Click here to download the Permission Form


Please note!

If you are taking photographs of specific children who can be easily identified in a particular location, you need written permission from their parents, carers or schools. Schools usually have standard permissions for their pupils to be photographed- if in doubt, ask a member of staff. Group shots, or shots that do not show the whole face, are safer.

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