#1 Jun 12-23, 2017, #2 Jul 10-21, 2017, #3 Jul 24-Aug 4, 2017
Ages 10 to 17 – 9am to 3pm
#1 Jun 12-23, 2017
#2 Jul 10-21, 2017
#3 Jul 24-Aug 4, 2017
Parents can drop off their child at 8:30am and must pick up the child by 3:30pm.
If you have an interest in photography and/or computers, are inquisitive and like adventure, then check out FOTOcamp. Here’s an opportunity to gain knowledge in all areas of photography, beginning with the basics of picture-taking using SLR digital cameras and progressing to state-of-the-art digital imaging, at your own rate of speed.
FOTOcamp students are grouped by their level of experience, from beginner to advanced in each of three 2-week summer sessions. Each student is issued a digital SLR Camera and while exploring lens choices, lighting, and composition of photographs you will learn about photography and digital imaging, in a fun and fact-filled environment. Sessions in the computer lab will expose you to downloading images to the computer, saving and renaming files, burning cds, and creating slide shows. Using Adobe Photoshop and Elements you will learn image adjustment techniques such as color correction, compositing images, adjustment layers and layer masks and other digital imaging technology. The computer lab is set up so that each student has access to a computer ensuring the ultimate hands-on experience. Location shooting and photographic assignments give you the opportunity to practice your skills while acquiring new images.
Please call the Centre at (561) 253-2600 for more information.
Professional photographers, along with an assistant, lead FOTOcamp participants, ages 10 to 17, in personalized, hands-on sessions, and each student receives individualized and group critiques of their work. Groups are limited to 14 participants to maximize the learning experience and ensure personal attention. Each student is issued a digital DSLR Camera and while exploring lens choices, lighting, and composition of photographs you will learn about photography and digital imaging, in a fun and fact-filled environment.
Fees vary depending on the workshop. See the registration page for prices (links above). Fees include the use of SLR digital cameras and lenses, some paper for digital printing.
Your imagination! A sack lunch, sunscreen, a hat and a little pocket money. The Centre will provide the use of digital cameras and lenses, computers and printers.
Summer student’s images will be displayed in the Centre’s Community Exhibition Gallery at the end of the summer. A reception will be held [SEE MUSEUM EXHIBITS PAGE], from 5:30 to 7:00 pm, honoring the young artists. Family, friends and the public are invited to attend. During the reception awards are presented to students. Best of Show receives the Best Student Award and a digital camera. The exhibition will be open Monday to Saturday. CLICK HERE for our Museum Exhibits page.
FOTOcamp will be held in downtown West Palm Beach. For details, please contact the centre at (561) 253-2600.
All deposits, including the registration fee, will be refunded in the event that a session is cancelled. If you need to withdraw from a session, please inform us at least 30 days before the first day of class and we will refund your deposit, less a $100. withdrawal fee. No refund of payments will be made if you do not notify us of your 30 days before the start of class, unless a replacement is found to fill your vacant space. Please note that no refund of any fees will be made for no-shows or withdrawal after a session begins.
To hold a spot, please complete the downloadable registration form and return it by mail, along with a 50% deposit. You may also register online. Fees may be paid by check, Master Card, American Express or VISA. Upon receipt of your registration, you will be sent a confirmation and invoice for the balance, which is due 30 days prior to each session.
Taught by the Palm Beach Photographic Centre’s staff. Please contact the Centre for details.