201 Oak Street, Pembroke, MA
Do you have teenagers in your family?
Well why not consider having them learn photography from the experts at our summer photography camp?
This unique camp will run from 9am to 4pm each day from Monday -Friday July 7th -11th.
Why is it unique?
• It is run by professional working photographers who are also trained and qualified teachers.
• It is limited to just six participants.
• It includes classroom and on location training.(transport is provided) Including the use of a fully equipped studio.
• It has a clearly planned syllabus that will provide an excellent foundation for anyone interested in photography as a career or serious hobby.
It costs just $500 for the whole week.
It's chiefly a hands-on practical course in several aspects of photography from landscape, and nature to studio portrait work.
As a bonus your teenager will leave with a selection of portraits including ones suitable for school yearbooks. (Normally $1500 if photographed by Ian)..
The small print
The camp is for those aged 13-18 only
To participate your child will need a digital SLR camera and lens.
Lunch is not provided though healthy snacks and bottled water will be available. (Your child should bring a bagged lunch).
Classes will begin and end in Pembroke each day.
A number of trips by van may be made to nearby locations for shooting purposes.
There will be both male and female leaders present at all times, including someone certified in first aid.
The workshop is covered by liability insurance.
Payments are non-refundable if you cancel or your child fails to attend
Digital SLR cameras and lenses can be rented for the duration of the camp at specially reduced rates. (Advance booking is needed)
Refunds offered if:
Additional notes: The class requires a minimum of four participants in order to run. By signing up you agree to abide by the policy of no refunds, or credits if you cancel or your child fails to attend.
Payments you make go to the organizer, not to Meetup. You must make refund requests to the organizer.
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