|Course||School Break Camp NYC|
|Difficulty level||Beginners and beyond|
|Total duration||30 hours|
|Group size||9 students max.|
School Break Camp
Photography is a great technical and creative subject for any teenager to explore. In our week long photography camp we will teach teenagers how to take full control of their camera, while finding new and creative ways to express themselves.
What will teens learn?
The objective of this camp is to teach students how to shoot in Manual Mode. This means they will learn various photographic topics, such as:
- Shutter Speed
- Focus Control
- White Balance
- Rule of Thirds
- Basic use of built in flash
At the end of the camp they will receive two printed photographs of their choosing.
Who can take these classes?
Teenagers between the ages of 14-18years old. (High School Students)
Where will these classes take place?
Our classes will begin at our studio in Midtown. After lunch, we will head out to various locations around the city**, in which students will practice what they learned that day.
- **Locations will be sent to parents before the camp starts.
- **They are subject to change due to the weather.
- **Transportation is not included
What is the purpose of this class?
This photography class is designed so teenagers find a fun and enjoyable place where they can learn and practice photography.
Classes will be held Monday – Friday, from 11:00am – 5:00pm.
Students will have an hour lunch break from 1:00 – 2:00 p.m.**
**Lunch is not included
What do I need for this class:
All students need a camera (DSLR camera, Mirrorless camera or compact camera) with Manual mode option. This means the camera can be set to Aperture (A/Av), Shutter Speed (S/Tv), and Manual (M). Teens do not need to have any prior knowledge of their camera.
If you have any questions about this course or would like to find out about other photography classes for teenagers, please feel free to contact us directly at 646.398.7939, or at email@example.com.
Mondays, Tuesdays, Wednesdays, Thursdays, Fridays, from 11 a.m. until 5 p.m. in Midtown East.