Tuesday, May 08, 2007Home

A Photography workshop for teens

More like this, please. Santa Fe Workshops is offering a program in July for the younger set. Black-and-White Photography for Young Photographers Photo Camp seems to be pretty unique, in that they are providing the full workshop experience of not only shooting and developing, but also of fine dining.

From Santa Fe Workshops' website:

Participants, ranging in age from 13 to 17 years old, work daily in the field, exploring New Mexico ranch life and small villages rooted in the Old West. Swimming, hiking, and sampling the local cuisine add relaxing interludes to daily darkroom sessions, critiques, demonstrations, and image presentations.

Of course, this extra creative and cultural exposure comes with a price tag attached. Doubtless there are many parents out there whose teenagers are in need of a dose of "real culture." I don't know about anyone else, but as a teenager I needed quite a bit of motivation to seek out new experiences like this. Even getting outdoors was a struggle...

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