PHOTOGRAPHY + GRAPHIC DESIGN

 
 

NEW TO CAMP PIXEL PROJECT

ADULT CLASSES aND WORKSHOPS

These classes and workshops are for adults and teenagers ages 15 and older in the Houston, The Woodlands, Tomball, Cypress, Spring area.

FEBRUARY PHOTOGRAPHY CLASSES NOW OPEN... Photography classes are often overwhelming because there are is a lot of new technical language and concepts.  Trying to absorb those concepts in one day is difficult for most. Because Camp Pixel’s class is taught over five weeks, students will have plenty of time to absorb, practice and master each new concept before they are introduced to the next one. Topics include: Lenses and their function;  The Exposure Triangle- Aperture, Shutter Speed, ISO; Basic Lighting; and Maximizing your camera's potential.

“This was my favorite learning experience ever! I thoroughly enjoyed the class... I am so excited to finally know a little more about photography. I would love to have more classes !”

LIMITED SPOTS AVAILABLE—PHOTO EDITING & STORAGE INFORMATION WORKSHOPS...You've taken the perfect picture but your pictures still don't "pop"? It may be as easy as learning basic photo editing in Adobe Photoshop and Lightroom. Join us for 5 weeks of basic photo editing, understanding the camera settings for easier editing, and preserving your family memories by storing and tagging your photos properly. 


 
“Camp Pixel is just nice for anyone that wants to enter into the world of photography or design. You start from the basics in case you do not know much about the programs and camera and then arrive at the more advanced features of both design and photography. It is a great way to learn things that you need to start your own business.”
— Felix, 2017

Photography

"I believe kids (and adults!) should learn the technical aspects and “rules” of photography first.  By teaching kids the technical aspects first, they can develop a strong base, which will lead to them becoming truly creative and then learning to “break the rules!” Through hands on activities like photo scavenger hunts and memory games, children will complete the camp excited and motivated to start a lifelong journey in the art of photography." —Tracy Robinson, Camp Pixel Project co-founder

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Graphic Design

"When working with kids, it is fun to really show them how graphic design is in every aspect of their lives and they don’t even realize it. The cereal box they grabbed for breakfast, the toothpaste tube, the tags on new clothes, the designs on the t-shirt they are wearing–all graphic design.  At camp, I will explain what a graphic designer can do as a profession while teaching campers to use Adobe Photoshop as they become a graphic designer."—Jennifer Pickard, Camp Pixel Project co-founder

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Camper Testimonials

"Last summer, my sister did Camp Pixel and when she came home she told me everything she did. I was so jealous it seemed so so fun! So this summer, I decided to do Camp Pixel.

CPP is AMAZING, but a successful student comes from an even better teacher, Mrs.Tracy and Mrs. Jennifer are the most awesome and understandable teachers ever!"
– Josephine

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How the stars aligned.

Tracy and Jennifer are excited to teach future photographers and designers a skill they will enjoy and possibly learn to love as a profession. Read more about how this journey started.

 
“I attended Camp Pixel and I LOVED it! You should definitely go! I loved photography before I came but I didn’t know how to use the camera that well but after Camp Pixel, I was a pro! ;)

In graphic design, we made a name tag and a notepad! I didn’t know graphic design could be so fun!

In photography, we learned how to work the camera better and take good pictures. It was really fun to learn in fun ways!

Camp Pixel is the BEST camp ever!”
— Ellie, 2017
 
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Great Creative Projects

Camp Pixel Project is designed for children ages 8-17 located in The Woodlands. Summer camps are divided and instruction is differentiated between the older and younger campers