Summer 2014 Art Camps - Photography

Foundations of Digital Photography & Photoshop

Foundations of Digital Photography & Photoshop

Ages 11 - 13
9 AM - 3:30PM
June 9 - 13
Ages 11 - 13
9AM - 3:30PM
June 30 - July 3
Ages 11 - 13
9AM - 3:30PM
July 7 - 11
Ages 11 - 13
9AM - 3:30PM
August 25 - 29
Price: 
$340 Members, $365 Non-Members

This camp emphasizes examples and exercises designed to develop the ability to see and create successful photographs. Use digital still cameras to learn about exposure, composition and capturing a subject then use the power of Photoshop software to explore a variety of digital imaging techniques. Bring your own camera or borrow one of ours.

Photography @ Filmmakers

Photography @ Filmmakers

Entering Grades 9 - 12
9AM - 4PM
June 23 - 27
Entering Grades 9 - 12
9AM - 4PM
July 7 - 11
Price: 
$425 Members, $450 Non-Members

Learn the essential techniques of photography from exposure and composition to processing and printing in a darkroom. Students will explore local neighborhoods in search of excellent photographs as well as work with lights in a studio setting. Bring your own 35mm camera or use one of ours. All materials, including 35mm black-and-white film and photo paper are provided.

This camp is held at Pittsburgh Filmmakers, 477 Melwood Avenue, Pittsburgh 15213.

Foundations of Photography

Foundations of Photography

Ages 11 - 13
9AM - 3:30PM
July 21 - 25
Price: 
$350 Members, $375 Non-Members

Learn the basics of black-and-white photography and working in a darkroom. Emphasis will be placed on the principles of composition, proper use of the camera, and processing and printing your own roll of film. Class exercises will enable you to practice your skills and create successful photos. Cameras, film, and photo paper are provided.

Digital Photography

Digital Photography

Students Entering Grades 9 - 12
9AM - 3:30PM
August 4 - 8
Students Entering Grades 9 - 12
9AM - 3:30PM
August 18 - 22
Price: 
$340 Members, $365 Non-Members

Learn to harness the many functions of digital still cameras. Digital and traditional photography will be compared and in-camp projects will provide an opportunity to improve aesthetic and technical skills through guided practice and critical analysis. Bring your own camera to class or borrow one of ours.