Posts tagged cameras for girls uganda
Training Takes On New Life With Youth Arts Movement Uganda

Training girls in photography in Uganda is no easy feat - especially when I live in Canada. Cameras for Girls Uganda is only able to grow by the amazing partnerships I have.

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Changing Lives - One Camera at a Time

When I came up with this initiative, I had no idea how it would turn out – 2 years later and 2 trainings done, I know I am on to something good.

As a past producer in the film and television industry, I first went to Uganda in 2007 to do a documentary about the exile my family and I experienced under dictator Idi Amin in 1972.  I knew I wanted to change the plight of girls in Uganda, but I just did not know what it was at the time.

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With Practice It Will Become Second Nature

I remember when I first started out in photography this was a difficult concept to grasp at first as I was always using the auto setting but once I got my confidence to move past this and into manual settings and really practice at my craft I started to get it.

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Student Story - Photography Training That is Paying Off

Nanyonga Annet is one of my students. She is currently studying Mass Communications and Journalism. She is 20 years old and single.

When not studying at school she is out and about practicing her photography. I am sharing one of her latest images - I am proud of how far she has come in a relatively short time.

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