Kids Camp | ages 6 – 8

Our Kids Camp introduces campers to their cameras and the fun things they can do with them. Kids will participate in hands-on art projects like creating a 3D clay version of one of their images or making rock monsters for a special photo shoot! Learning about famous artists throughout history as well as looking at creative digital techniques of today gives campers a unique learning environment where they get to explore the creative side to image making.

“The campers are engaged all day long! Our daughter really enjoyed herself and loved coming home every night to show us her pictures from the day.” Parent, 2014

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  • Campers will learn basic rules of composition through play based learning.
  • Engaging art projects and photo assignments.
  • Outdoor shooting assignments.
  • Fun Photography games and lots of group activities

Camp Fees (2 weeks):

CAD $695 + HST

Before & After Care for 2 weeks (8:30am – 5:30pm) : CAD $100 + HST

Please see the Schedule tab for details on camp fees by session date.

MULTI WEEK REGISTRATION :
SAVE $100 for every additional session you book.

Any point & shoot camera


Loaner Cameras Available:
We offer loaner cameras at the price of CAD $50 + HST for the full camp duration (during camp hours only).

24 Spadina Rd Toronto, ON M5R 2S7

We are conveniently located at the downtown U of T campus, within 5 minute walking distance from beautiful backdrops and scenery to capture!

Please see the following link for a list of FAQ’s.

Experience

We work hard to make each week not just about photography or learning, but a real ‘experience’ that the campers will never forget!

Hands-on

All of our camps incorporate a hands-on approach to learning. To really make it ‘click’, we get the campers shooting outdoors and putting the principles they learned into practice.

5 Star Reviews

Parents and Campers are consistently giving 5 star reviews or calling this camp the best camp they’ve ever been to.

Quality Instructors

Our instructors are not only professional photographers, but they are also excellent teachers! They know how to simplify technical concepts and teach through exploration and creativity.