Experience the world of professional photography by learning about advanced equipment and shooting techniques that meet industry standards! Be inspired by meeting with real-world photographers who will share their stories and insights, and gain practical experience shooting in a professional space. Explore the portfolio requirements and skill sets needed to apply for post-secondary photography programs in Canada and discover if the road to becoming a professional photographer is for you!
“I love GTA! I learned so much in just 1 week, if you are a photographer you should definitely come to this camp!”
– Nia Lambert | GTA Photography Camper 2017
- Learn industry standards and practices
- Gain important knowledge on the most up to date equipment and gear
- Find out what it means to be a photographer’s assistant and the skills it requires
- Working on great shooting assignments to push creativity
Learn from Professionals
Meet with professional photographers to hear their tips and tricks on how they started their careers. Visit leading commercial studios in Toronto to experience a professional working environment.
Promote Your Work
Learn the fundamentals of creating a professional social media page and important marketing tips to promote your work.
Prep for College/University Programs
Review admission requirements for the top photography programs in the GTA. Prep for post secondary education by gaining technical knowledge on industry standard skills and discuss key components of how to build a portfolio.
Sample Day Agenda
Before care starts at 8:00am
|9:00 am||Welcome Icebreakers|
|9:15 am||Photography Lesson
Learn & Practice
|10:30 am||Demos & Hands on Practice
Apply what you’ve learned
|12:00 pm||Lunch Break
Bring your own or buy lunch at a local spot
|1:00 pm||Field Trip
Visit exciting local spots and take incredible photos and videos
|2:45 pm||Arrive Back at our Studio|
|2:45 pm||Lesson Wrap Up|
After care until 5:30pm*
*Limited Spots Remain | Register Now To Reserve Your Spot*
*There will be no camp sessions running on Statutory Holidays (Canada Day: Monday, July 1, 2019 – Civic Holiday: Monday, August 5, 2019)