Photography Summer Camp
Class meets June 5th, 6th, 7th, 8th and 9th, from 9:00 am–3:00 pm.
HCP’s Summer Camps introduce young enthusiasts to the world of photography. In this camp, students will become familiar with camera basics and photographic processing software such as Photoshop, Lightroom and Bridge, learning color and image correction as part of the photographic process. Young photographers will also learn about the history of photography and how great images are created!
Summer Camps include lectures, hands-on activities creative writing, indoor and outdoor photographic sessions, editing and feedback sessions.
No prior photographic experience needed.
About the Instructor:
Kelly Lee Webeck is a photographer, book artist and visual arts educator. After completing her Bachelors of Fine Arts in Visual Art Studies from the University of Texas at Austin she completed the longest annual charity bike ride, Texas 4000 for Cancer, riding from Austin, Texas to Anchorage, Alaska. Her photographs have been exhibited nationally. Her solo exhibition “Life: Survivor Portraits” opened at Holocaust Museum Houston in 2014. She is currently pursuing a Masters of Fine Arts in photography at Indiana University.
$245 HCP Members / $295 Regular price
Day 1 - Intro to Photography: How the camera works
Day 2 - Serial and Narrative Photography Objective
Day 3 - Portraiture
Day 4 - The world around me
Day 5 - Sharing your work
Snacks will be provided.
What to Bring:
Camera: Point-and-Shoot or DSLR Recommended
Thumbdrive to save your work
Registration for courses and workshops takes place through HCP's website on a first-come first-serve basis. HCP members receive discount on all of our education events. If this is your first time taking a course or workshop at HCP you will need to create a profile online; make sure to add the camp participant's name at the "student name" field. Registration will be complete upon receipt of the filled student form.
Current HCP Members log in to register for the discounted price.