A National iPhone Photo Project for Young Photographers
iSnap is a major new photo project for young photographers to celebrate and document our national heritage and culture in a series of 500+ photobooks.
They will be part: Guide book, Souvenir book, Scrap book, Story book.
The photographers will be using iPhones and iPads to photograph
- Cities, Towns & Villages
- Counties & Boroughs
- Museums & Galleries
- Castles, Palaces & Stately Homes
- National and Cultural Venues
- Football Clubs
- Companies and Institutions
- Subjects of artistic or cultural interest
- Aspects of life in Britain (eg sport, fashion and religion)
- People (inc celebrities and professionals)
Many images will be exhibited and published in a large series of photobooks. iSnap books will be like 21st Century photographic ‘Ladybird Books’ providing a visual ‘snapshot’ (sorry) of our time.
The project embraces digital technology from start to finish from capturing the images, to editing, publishing, printing and curating and not forgetting social media and the internet to spread the word and exhibit the work.
This is a unique opportunity for young photographers to enjoy a learning experience whilst engaging with many aspects of their country and culture. But most of all it is a chance to show their creativity and be rewarded with an exciting and very tangible legacy of their work.
Below is a list of some of the first photobooks we are currently producing but many more will be coming soon. You can even suggest your own titles for an iSnap photobook.
Major Places, Venues and Attractions
- Science Museum
- Isle of Wight
- Natural History Museum
- St. Paul’s Cathedral
- Osborne House
- British Museum
- Tower of London
- Imperial War Museum
- Kew Gardens
- Houses of Parliament
- Hampton Court Palace
- Design Museum
- National Maritime Museum
- Leeds Castle
- Buckingham Palace
- Blenheim Palace
- London Zoo
Other Places and Subjects
- Street Art
- Perfume Girls
- West Ham United FC
- The Police
- Winchester Cathedral
- Transport in London
iSnap is a part of Starsnappers which runs the world’s largest photography project for children, Starsnappers Portrait Workshops. Over 300,000 children and more than 1000 schools have already taken part.
For further information and how to take part, please contact our studio or use the contact page.