Editing Camp Welcome to Editing Camp! Other Camps: In-Person Photo Camp and Virtual Camp PROMO CODES! Siblings: CAMPSIB2021 Returning Campers: WELCOMEBACK! Book before May 1st and save: EarlyByrd2021 ______________________________________________ Editing Camp is back by popular demand. Kids love to edit! It’s fun, super creative, and it vastly improves the way you shoot because it changes the way you see. It’s guaranteed to take your images to the next level. This five day camp covers everything you need to get started with editing your images. Through a variety of activities & exercises you’ll learn to turn a good image into a dynamic photograph. Check out these awesome examples by some of our returning campers! __________________________________________________ What is Photo Editing Camp? Learn the essentials of the two most important photography applications: Adobe Photoshop & Lightroom. You’ll gain practical experience, working with your own images as we explore the vast power of these two workhorse programs. Lightroom allows us to work with RAW images and offers extensive organizational abilities for efficient optimization and workflow. We’ll learn how to properly import, organize and edit your work. Photoshop topics include various adjustments, like brightness/contrast, color balance, levels and curves; image manipulation tools such as clone stamp and healing brush; and fine tuning with layers and masks. Then we’ll integrate the two engines to get the most out of what they each have to offer. IMPORTANT: We’ll be working with Lightroom Classic (not Lightroom CC) – the best thing to do is download the Adobe Lightroom & Photoshop bundle. This Photography plan from Adobe costs $9.99/month and you can stop anytime. Photo Editing Camp meets two times each day, at 10am & 2pm PST. Book Editing Camp Now 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 in a non-competitive environment. Details below __________________________________________________ Details Photo Editing Camp with Greg Cohen & Alyson Aliano Dates: April 5-9 June 28-July 2 August 9-13 Ages: 8 – 16 Time: 10am – 2:00pm PST Enrollment Limit: 14 students Skill/Experience Level:Beginning/intermediate Tuition: $300 What to Bring: computer with Adobe Lightroom & Photoshop. Please have these downloaded on your computer before you arrive. Venue: Virtual via Zoom Phone: 310-463-6277 Address: online via Zoom *** For waiting list, please email email@example.com *** __________________________________________________ Book Editing Camp Feel free to reach out if you have any questions at all. firstname.lastname@example.org 310-463-6277 *A minimum of 4 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. __________________________________________________ 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% less $10 handling fee (per Paypal) – 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: __________________________________________________ Editing Camp challenges the way we see; we learn through instruction and practice how to make images, rather than take them. The editing is part of the image making process. Ultimately campers develop their photographic eye and learn new ways of seeing. Photo Camp counselors are working photographers who have been in the industry for years, and with experience in education and childhood development, they understand how to ignite passion and curiosity within a non-competitive environment. Photography is a practice of observation and awareness; it’s an exploration and discovery of perspective. It’s also a language to express ourselves. This past year has forced us to reframe just about everything, and we always encourage new points of view. All are welcome, please join us! Thanks For Sharing!