Do you spend your summers listening to the sounds of video games and complaints of boredom? Would you like to find something fun and educational that will keep your children busy? Then this class is for you! …Or rather, for your children.
Every day your child will get an email with a printable card that includes a new photography technique and a new assignment. There are weekly videos, a class forum, and a class gallery where they can ask questions and post their images. Each Friday they will receive a fun photography scavenger hunt to keep them learning and discovering new things all week long!
Two Summer Sessions
Two session of the kids camp will be offered:
First Session: June 10 - 29 - Click here to register for the June Session
Second Session: July 8 - 27 - Click here to register for the July Session
The session fee is $36 and we have a discount for families with multiple children who would all like to take the class. Just add ten dollars for each additional sibling instead of the whole $36!
Is it safe?
There will be a lesson the first week on Internet safety. Candice and her T.A.s--Nancy and Kimber-- will strictly monitor the class forum and gallery. They are all mothers with children from 9 months to 15 years old. Anything they find inappropriate will be taken down immediately. Your
child’s safety is our first priority, with education and fun following closely behind!
About the Instructor
Candice Stringham is an editorial photographer turned scrapbooker. She is a former Contributing Editor for Creating Keepsakes Magazine and was inducted into the Creating Keepsakes Hall of Fame in 2006. Candice Has a BFA in Photography and taught at a collegiate level after she graduated. She has also been teaching live workshops for Canon for the past few years. She is excited to be teaching at Jessica's website because helping people learn how to use their cameras is one of her greatest joys! Adventurous, but down-to-earth, Candice loves to read, watch old movies and musicals, read anything Jane Austen and create fun projects and traditions with her family. She recently moved from Brooklyn, NY to San Antonio, Texas with her three sons and husband.