Summer time is an opportunity to explore and learn. RARE Learning is delivering a newly introduced Digital Photography camp to engage our youth with not just skills but also offering them an opportunity to express themselves. When offered a chance to express their creativity and uncover their latent talents, children excel.
With the success of its summer filmmaking camps Texas over the years, the extension into photography camp was a natural fit. The parents requesting such a class during summers for their children largely prompted us to offer the camp.
Offering successful learning programs all over the Dallas/Ft. Worth area for more than ten years, RARE Learning offers the Digital Photography camps with an aim to involve your child in the fascinating world of visual communications. Digital Photography has been a rich source for creative output in our children and is instructed by professionals in the field who know how to properly guide students through every stage of planning and photography. By having the favorable teacher to student ratio, the program ensures effective teams to tap into the learning potential of the students.
The Digital Photography Camp is a five-day workshop that runs three hours each day. The program is intended for students between the ages of 9 and 15 in various cities in Texas such as Plano, Allen, Frisco Richardson, and Grapevine. Students will be asked to bring a digital camera to class – although the instructor does provide the experience of using a Digital Single Lens Reflex (SLR) camera. We have had much success and students walk out confidence in the skills that they have learned. Students use their skills to be involved in creating visual portfolios that they may share using their newfound talent with their friends or family.
Learning Digital Photography is an effective way to harness new visual technologies and create an unforgettable summer experience – one that broadens creativity and engages learners. Please visit our http://filmmakingforfun.com/filmmakingforfun.pdf for a schedule of classes.