First week of 2019 Summer Camps in the books!

Students on a field trip to the Columbia City neighborhood.

Students on a field trip to the Columbia City neighborhood.

We wanted to share a few of the images from Creative Digital and Creative Darkroom Summer Camps. Both classes are an all-day, week-long intensive photography camp that teach students about everything from correct exposure and composition to storytelling and art literacy. We got lucky this year with good weather and a trip to the Frye Art Museum to see the new portraits by Tojin Ojih Odutola. Check out the photos from our adventures and some of the final work.

Lunch at Seattle’s Union Station.

Lunch at Seattle’s Union Station.

Eliis gets close for a macro shot.

Eliis gets close for a macro shot.

In the line of fire for the action shot.

In the line of fire for the action shot.

Audrey shows us her first darkroom print.

Audrey shows us her first darkroom print.

Each class created large, 13 x 19 prints as a final project that were on display during an Open House for family and friends on the last day.

If you’re looking for an opportunity for your young photographer in the Seattle area we have camps in Digital and Darkroom photography, Street, Nature and Storytelling.

Summer Quarter starts July 29th for Black and White Darkroom and Digital Photography classes for youth 13 - 19 years old, scholarships are available.

Support the mission of Youth in Focus by purchasing a ticket to our 25th Anniversary Celebration.

Ashley Mouldon