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©2019 Shutterbugs Photo Camp by Kacie Jean Photography

FAQ

 

WHAT IS MY CHILD REQUIRED TO BRING WITH THEM TO CAMP?

Your child is required to bring:

  • point & shoot or DSLR camera. Phones are now allowed (please label it with your name)

  • memory card for camera (large enough to take a couple hundred photos)

  • battery for camera (and a backup if you have one)

  • snack & lunch

  • sweatshirt if it gets cold

  • closed toed shoes

  • water bottle

  • sunscreen

WHAT DOES A TYPICAL DAY LOOK LIKE AT CAMP?

9-9:30 Check-in, get everyone pumped up

9:30-10:15 Photo Instruction
10:15-10:45 Practice Taking Photos
10:45-11 Snack/Break
11-12:00 Photo Scavenger Hunt
12:00-12:45 Lunch/Play Time
12:45-1:15 Photo instruction/worksheets
1:15-2:15 Photo art projects
2:15-2:45 Photo Free choice time
2:45-3 Check-out/Announcements


 

COST/DAY/TIME OF CAMP?

The week long camp is $350. Siblings will receive a $50 discount (please contact for discount code).

Camp will be held for one week during the summer from 9am-3pm

IS THERE EXTENDED CHILDCARE HOURS?

At this time, camp ends at 3pm.

HOW MANY KIDS ARE ATTENDING THE CAMP

There will be a limit of 100 kids at the camp. There will be a counselor for every 15-20 kids.

WHAT AGE GROUP CAN ATTEND CAMP?

Your child must be between the ages of 8-14 years old when camp starts. There will be 2 separate weeks. 1 week for 8-10 year olds and one week for 11-14 year olds

WHERE IS THE CAMP LOCATED?

We will meet in different locations between Santa Barbara and Goleta to give the kids a variety of beautiful locations to shoot in.

WHO ARE THE OTHER CAMP COUNSELORS?

There will be skilled photographers and art teachers that have experience working with kids as the other counselors. Safety is of our utmost importance, so all counselors will be fingerprinted and cleared to work with children.


There will also be teenage CIT (counselors in training) who have a love of photography that will help out with the groups

WE DON'T OWN A CAMERA, CAN WE BORROW ONE?

We may have a loaner available, but it's not guaranteed. A lot of campers have had luck asking friends & family to borrow a camera, or were able to find a low cost camera at Costco/Best Buy.