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    Photography Summer Programs

    Discover the visual themes that brighten your aperture while honing your technical chops in a summer photography program. Middle and high school students interested in photography can find summer programs all over the United States and overseas. These programs focus on commercial and fine art photography, with many students finding the skills needed in each category can overlap as they progress academically and into a career. Industry professionals and expert instructors nurture creativity and teach the fundamentals of the craft, including light exposure, composition, shutter speed, etc. Students learn to appreciate photography’s heritage while learning the latest digital techniques. Many programs help students develop their photography portfolios for college applications. These programs can propel students into a variety of photography careers, such as landscape, wildlife, aerial, sports, portrait, wedding, architectural and fashion photography.

    Summer Discovery: University of Michigan
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    Summer Discovery: University of Michigan

    Ann Arbor, Michigan

    Ready to explore the iconic U-M campus while taking courses at America’s “Public Ivy”?  Located in Ann Arbor, one of America’s quintessential college towns, U-M offers students a vibrant, college setting just 40 minutes from the heart of Detroit. Famous for its gigantic football stadium, proximity to Tigers games, comedy showcases, and more, Michigan is an incredible place to spend your summer...(more)

    Summer Discovery: Middle School Enrichment
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    Summer Discovery: Middle School Enrichment

    Roslyn, New York

    Our middle school programs for students ages 12-14 have just the right balance of academic rigor and all-inclusive activities, combined with active supervision to ensure students get the mentorship and guidance they need. Learning is everywhere — in the classroom, residence hall, dining hall, on-stage, on the tennis court or ball field, on trips and excursions, and in the daily interaction between peers, dynamic teachers, and resident counselors...(more)

    The School of The New York Times: Photojournalism as Art
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    The School of The New York Times: Photojournalism as Art

    New York, New York

    Join the School of New York Times to build creative and technical skills in order to visually express an artistic and narrative perspective through studying photojournalism both as a practical and aesthetic venture. Students will learn how to turn what they see and feel into photos to express their narrative...(more)

    Quinnipiac University Summer Pre-College: Fundamentals of Digital Photography
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    Quinnipiac University Summer Pre-College: Fundamentals of Digital Photography

    Hamden, Connecticut

    In today’s visual and digital world, photography is more than just a passion – it's a valuable skill. High school students will learn both creative and technical photography skills this summer with hands-on projects and assignments (plus the key digital editing techniques you’ll need) and come away with a portfolio of professional quality digital pictures...(more)

    Summer Discovery: UCLA
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    Summer Discovery: UCLA

    Los Angeles, California

    Just minutes from the beach in the heart of Los Angeles, this program offers students the chance to attend America’s top public university while exploring the world’s entertainment capital. We've partnered with UCLA for more than 35 years and partner with UCLA Extension, UCLA Recreation, UCLA Anderson Center for Management of Enterprise in Media, Sports, & Entertainment, and UCLA Conferences to bring one-of-a-kind programs and activities to our students...(more)

    Arcos Journeys: The Arts & Spanish in Buenos Aires
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    Arcos Journeys: The Arts & Spanish in Buenos Aires

    Argentina

    Engage in photography, printmaking, and theater in the vibrant city of Buenos Aires! Participate in daily workshops with each week focusing on a different artistic area. Meet local artists and professionals in their field of expertise. Draw inspiration from the city itself through neighborhood tours, museum visits, and cultural activities...(more)

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