1. Choose a Location for Your Kids Photography Camp
Some ideas for locations include a community hall, recreation center, local park, co-op space or even a local school.
2. Price Your Kids Photography Camp Appropriately
Kids camps have a higher perceived value, so don't be afraid to put your prices up higher. It will depend on your area, but on average photographers charge to per child.
3. Choose Your Photography Curriculum
Just start with the basics of photography such as composition, camera settings, exposure, etc. To help save you time, check out this done-for-you kids photography camp lesson kit.
4. Decide on a Structure for Your Kids Photography Camp
Generally you will want to keep each camp session to no more than 3-4 hours per day. You could offer it 4 or 5 consecutive days with a morning session and afternoon session option, you could offer a weekend option or even on day per week over a couple of weeks.
5. Find Students to Attend Your Kids Photo Camp
The first place to start is social media. Post on your social media accounts that you are planning to host a camp and ask who would be interested. Next, reach out to your clients via email. And finally you can check with local businesses that cater to kids or local publications that advertise to parents.