Small group, big ideas. We explored several types of photography, including film, digital, and cyanotype, and I was consistently surprised by each child's unique perspective and artistic vision. Everyone filled up or nearly filled up an entire album that told the story of their time at camp, and in many ways, the story of photography itself.
Special bonus: besides one windy day that had us chasing down our negatives across the baseball fields, the weather held out again with no rain days at all.
There are still three camps this summer, so if you want to join the fun, sign up through Woodland Park Parks and Recreation today!