Digital and film photography for teens of all experience levels
At Camp i.imagine, teens grades 6-9 will have a blast while learning how to create amazing photographs!
Our fun projects teach exposure, light, artistic composition and much more. Beyond the camera, students learn about themselves, begin to develop their unique artistic vision and discover how to tell important stories that sometimes have no words.
Camp i.imagine instructors work with students both in group settings and one-on-one to give every camper an individualized experience to take their photos to the next level!
Don't have a DSLR digital camera? We've got you covered! Each student will be issued a digital DSLR camera kit to keep and take home during the week that they attend camp.
Learn more about Camp i.imagine:
Here's what your camper
will be doing:
Campers are on the move, as they learn the basics of exposure and how shutter speed changes the way we capture motion in photographs.
Depth of field
Campers are immersed in nature on the grounds of the Ignite Institute, learning how to use aperture to turn nature photos into portraits.
Campers go back to the 1800's, discovering how UV light was used with a little chemistry to process images on paper and t-shirts!
Vintage cameras, film and darkroom
Campers will learn the magic of film photography, including processing prints in the darkroom like a pro.
Photoshop and exhibition
Campers learn Photoshop basics, curating and printing their photos and preparing an exhibition for their family and friends.
Ages: 6th grade - 9th grade
Dates: Choose from one of three sessions.
Dates: Camp runs Monday - Friday from 10am - 3pm daily.
Location: Camp is located at the Ignite Institute/NKY MakerSpace at:
37 Atlantic Avenue, Erlanger KY. 41018
Cost: $350. This includes rental of a DSLR camera and a vintage camera for the week, film and darkroom supplies, 11x14 digital print and 8x10 film print, camp t-shirt, flash drive bracelet, and daily snacks and drinks.
Questions? Feel free to contact Camp i.imagine Director, Shannon Eggleston at:
Our camp instructors
Founder and Executive Director of i.imagine, Shannon is a former elementary and high school teacher with over 15 years of classroom experience. Shannon brings a unique and wildly creative approach to learning photography with a positive energy that enables every student to discover the best version of themselves! Parents, clear off those mantles. You'll be blown away at the images your kids bring home. This, Shannon guarantees!
In December 2020, Madeleine completed two degrees in photojournalism and anthropology at Ohio University. In July, she will be joining the Los Angeles Times as the summer intern. Maddie believes storytelling has a remarkable capacity to inspire positive social change, build community and help people realize they're not alone. Madeleine's work has been featured in the BBC, PDN and Frontline PBS. Maddie's loves kids and can't wait to share her passion for photography with i.imagine campers!