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Kim Soles is a lifelong photographer who has been teaching the craft to young people for many years. She inspires students to understand the nuances of lighting, contrast, texture, and composition. Her love for nature photography inspired dozens of students when she taught bi-yearly at The Morris Arboretum of the University of Pennsylvania. She has offered photography summer camps and after school workshops for fifteen years. Working with kids who are interested in practicing their love for photography, she enjoys helping them to develop their own style.


With the changing climate of photography, along with the onslaught of digital and phone cameras, Soles does not teach the camera. Instead, she helps the student to see the world from different perspectives by becoming aware of the light and the subject, while instilling the practice of developing patience. Workshops run for 5 sessions, are 90 minutes long and are designed for kids ages 9 - 12 years-old. 


Portraiture, Still Life and Food Photography, Architecture, and Nature.


Participants must have their own camera, know how to use it, and make sure camera batteries are charged before arriving at class. Film cameras are also welcome. iPhone cameras are a great way for a child to discover photography as they outweigh some of the smaller point-and-shoot cameras. Participants are encouraged to print and frame a favorite image.


For kids 8-12 years-old 

Exploring Photography ~ $250

5 sessions, 90 minutes


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Portraiture, Still Life, Food Photography, Architecture, and Nature 


AUTUMN: October 2, 9, 16, 23, and 30th.

Book a one-on-one following the autumn class to create a book of images.

A perfect gift for the holiday for family and friends. 

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