Summer 2019 - Creative camp

PhotoU Creative Camps are week-long explorations of photography. They are all about expressing yourself and having fun behind the camera!  Read More

Instructor: Beth Babicz

Capacity: 10 students, to ensure individualized attention

Equipment: Any digital camera with manual mode

(Please reach out if you have any questions about cameras!)

Location: At Liberty Arts Collaborative, 849 NW Wall Street, Bend, OR 97703

Days and Time: Monday-Friday, 9am-12pm

Price: $250

Teen camp : July 15 - 19

From a young age, I loved photography. Everyone would tell me I had a gift and that I should act on it. It wasn’t until I took a PhotoU class that I realized photography was one of my passions. Beth did an outstanding job teaching me all the skills I need as an amateur photographer. This class introduced me to the world of photography; including all of the different types, techniques, and styles. I can confidently say that you will become a better photographer after taking a PhotoU course. Can’t recommend enough!
— Amelia N., PhotoU Student
My daughter loved her class with Beth at PhotoU. Beth not only teaches her students the basics of photography, she challenges their creativity with themed assignments designed to help students explore and develop their individual style. Beth is a knowledgeable and skilled photographer, and has a likeable demeanor with students and parents. I highly recommend Beth and PhotoU.
— Dayna F., Parent
My daughter loved her PhotoU class with Beth. The class was an excellent balance of technical instruction and creative expression, and Beth is the perfect teacher: knowledgeable when it comes to photography, but also great at relating to teens. This was not a one-size-fits-all class. Beth challenged and nurtured each student as an individual, encouraging students to find their own photographic style. It was so fun see my daughter’s final project — looking at her photos, I felt like I was looking at the world through her eyes. I wholeheartedly recommend Beth and PhotoU!
— Sarah L., Parent