Camp Details & Dates
Video Camp Details (Morning Session)
Campers have the opportunity to use cameras, green screen equipment, professional editing software, camera cranes and dollies, teleprompters, and so much more. Each week’s campers produce videos as one large group, and campers work in pairs or smaller groups to make numerous other projects over the course of the camp. Add on plenty of activities and outdoor time, friendly camp staff, and a beautiful campus, and you’ve got a great camp experience for your child, right here in Goleta! Campers use the same equipment, studio, and Mac Lab as the DPNews daily news show at Dos Pueblos High School. All three camps are available for ages 8 to 13.
$195 per week per child • $395 for All Day Camp
All campers will be given a pair of earbuds, a flash drive with all the videos created during their camp session, and a camp t-shirt.
Photo Camp Details (Afternoon Session)
Introduced in 2015, Photo Camp allows campers to work in small groups to explore the outdoors and studio with camera in hand. Campers will take and edit pictures using professional software and tools including Canon DSLRs, refelctors, tripods, Adobe Lightroom, and more! They will be able to print their pictures to keep, and produce a photo book of their favorite works from the week.
$225 per week per child • $395 for All Day Camp
All campers will be given a personal photo book, flash drive with all the photos created during their camp session, and a camp t-shirt.
All Day Camp Details
If both camps are taken, you’ve got an exceptional value for a full day camp. Campers are dropped off at 8:00 am, and picked up at 4:30 pm. There will be a break time for lunch and free-time in and around the studio between 12 and 1. Parents/guardians must send a lunch and water bottle for all-day campers every day. Campers will receive 1 flash drive and t-shirt. Must be the same camper for both Video and Photo Camps.
$395 for All Day Camp (Photo and Video Camp)
Parent or guardian signature of Media Release is required for all camps, as this is a media camp where campers are given the photos or videos they create.