Our pets are so important to us during any crisis. They comfort us, entertain us, love us, and bring us so much joy. This year, our popular Pets of Princeton virtual camp is dedicated to how our amazing animal friends have helped us in this time. We will learn about photography as a medium to express the inherent beauty of our four-legged friends. Observe expressive gestures that reveal the very nature and soul of the beauty of animals and their relationship to our families. Campers will take pictures of favorite furry friends using their own cameras or phones. Using your own phone, tablet, or camera we will explore topics such as composition, cropping, photo-editing and photo-journalism to tell our stories. A perfect camp for every animal-lover!
Campers will be taking photos, using editing apps and sharing them with the Instructor for feedback. Tech Requirements:
Instruction and demonstrations: Laptop, tablet, or computer - a built in camera for Instruction - Zoom will be used.
A personal Google account would be helpful.
Camera (preferable) with sd card, wifi, or cable to upload photos or smartphone is ok.
Photo-editing app or software will be used for cropping and other photo manipulation processes. (Recommendations will be made by Instructor.) The Arts Council cannot provide any technology for this camp.
Tech Requirements: Wifi, a computer or other device with a built in camera, and a Zoom account. Students will receive an email with instructions prior to the first day.