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Photo Camp

Each Photo Camp provides around 20 low-income students from underserved areas with quality mentoring and individual attention from famous National Geographic photographers and editors. Your support of Photo Camp will help additional students learn to engage with the world through a camera lens as they explore their communities, their cultures, and the field of photojournalism. Donate today!

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Photograph by Margaret Aguirre

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