Archive for November, 2008

Photo Camp at FotoWeek DC

Photo Camp at FotoWeek DC

The National Geographic Photo Camp exhibit showcases youths’ perspectives on the 2008 Photo Camp overarching theme of conservation, the environment and connecting to the landscape. As a domestic and international program, National Geographic Photo Camp’s exhibit will include work from Bronx, New York; Santa Monica, California; Port Isobel and Tangier Islands on the Chesapeake Bay; — Read more…

Photo Camp at Pop!Tech

Photo Camp at Pop!Tech

For the third year Photo Camp has attended and photographed the innovative conference Pop!Tech. This year, four students from the Maine Islands Photo Camp traveled to the mainland with the staff of the camp. The students photographed presenters and performers, as well as, the scene of the conference in Camden, Maine. The photographs made at — Read more…

Maine Islands Photo Camp

Maine Islands Photo Camp

The Maine Islands Photo Camp spent three days on Vinalhaven and North Haven Islands, 12 miles off the coast of Maine. 20 students documented the working waterfront and landscape of the two islands that has shaped life and culture there. [Photo by Morgan Y. | Maine Islands Photo Camp 2008]


Photo Camp in Taos, New Mexico

Photo Camp in Taos, New Mexico

Last month we worked with Taos high schools students to document the Taos Pueblo Indians, as well as the area’s agriculture, architecture and landscape. [Photo by Winona W. | Taos Photo Camp 2008]