Welcome to Photo Camp – Virtual Edition!

2021 is shaping up to be a great year! Spring and Summer dates are set for enrollment, with all new games and activities to build skills with camera, light and storytelling. All of which are designed to challenge the way we see. Who are you? Who do you want to be in 2021?

Virtual Camp will definitely run for the rest of the year, and we have our fingers crossed for in-person  camp beginning as early as summer.

Join us from wherever you are, and we’ll do it together. Ready?

 


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What is Virtual Photo Camp?

Photo Camp begins with a basic overview of
Photography: Camera & Light.

Daily themes in three sessions: 9am, 12pm & 3pm PST

Morning Session:
review our images, introduce lesson or concept & discuss

Morning Activities:
challenges, games & projects to support the topic

At 11:45, campers upload images

Mid Day Session:
review the morning, and introduces next lesson.

Two more activities

2:45 upload images

Afternoon Session:
recaps the day and suggests ideas for the next morning
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We learn through instruction and practice how to make images, rather than take them. Ultimately campers develop their photographic eye and learn new ways of seeing. Just like any language, we learn bits of (visual) vocabulary and how to use them together to express ourselves. By conjuring emotion, we tap into our own identity. In this way photography becomes so much more than making pretty pictures.

Photo Camp counselors are working photographers who have been in the industry for years. With experience in education and childhood development, they understand how to ignite passion and curiosity within a non-competitive environment.

All are welcome, please join us!

Details below

Feel free to reach out if you have any questions at all.
info@atwaterphotoworkshops.com
310-463-6277

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Details
5 day Photo Camp with Greg Cohen & Alyson Aliano

Ages: 8 – 16

Dates:

Spring Break
March 15-19                         April 5-9
March 22-26                         April 12-16
March 29 – April 2

Summer
June 21 – 25                          July 5 – 9                          August 2 – 6
June 28 – July 2                     July 12 – 16                      August 9-13
–                                              July 19 – 23                      August 16 – 20
–                                              July 26 – 30                      August 23 – 27

For waiting list, please email info@atwaterphotoworkshops.com

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Time: 9am – 3:30pm PST
Enrollment Limit: 20 students   * Teacher:Camper ratio is never more than 1:7 *
Skill/Experience Level: Beginning/intermediate
What to Bring: camera of any kind, including smartphone cameras
Winter Tuition: $300
In-Person Camp Tuition: $550 (unavailable until further notice – fingers crossed!)
Sibling Discount – promo code: CAMPSIB2021


*A minimum of 6 students is necessary for camp to run on any given week. If we are not able to secure attendance,  we will notify you at least 48 hours in advance. Your deposit will apply to another session or we’ll refund you in full.

*If you have to cancel your enrollment, partial refunds will be made as follows:
– more than 2 weeks 100%
– 1-2 weeks before camp session at 75%
– within one week of camp session at 50%
– within 48 hours of camp session is non refundable

Venue: Atwater Photo Workshop
Phone: 310-463-6277
Address: online via Zoom

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FAQ

Where is Virtual Photo Camp?
Photo Camp meets via the Zoom app. Once you are enrolled, we will send you a special invite the day before camp begins. You can download the app here: zoom.us

What if I have to cancel enrollment?
If you have to cancel your enrollment, partial refunds will be made as follows:
– more than 2 weeks 100%
– 1-2 weeks before camp session at 75%
– within one week of camp session at 50%
– within 48 hours of camp session is non refundable

What if my child misses a day during the week?
If a camper misses a day of camp, they will not be left behind. We’ll make sure they’re caught up upon their return.

Does my child need a camera to attend camp?
Yes, you’ll need a camera of some sort. Any sort of DSLR, point & shoot or smartphone will work.

What kind of camera should I buy my child?
If you’re thinking of getting your camper a camera of their own, here are some of the cameras we recommend:

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