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Photography is a great part of the history at North Star Camp for Boys. The youngest of campers love looking back at pictures of camp’s early days. The pictures that we take this summer will one day be seen by the future generations of campers at North Star Camp. Our photography program has evolved from 35mm film developed in the darkroom to pictures taken digitally. The only limit of what our campers can do in photography is the constraints of their imaginations.

Our digital photography instructors help campers learn how to take better pictures. They work with them on composition and help them develop as photographers. They also use their creativity to make unique projects. Campers learn how to enhance images and create fun images out of them. We also take great pictures and turn them into postcards, calendars, and other great keepsakes.

Two North Star Camp for Boys campers float down Spider Lake in canoes at sunset.
Scenic photo of lodge building at North Star Camp for Boys.
Tip of canoe in Spider Lake at sunset at North Star Camp for Boys.
Scenic picture with lush trees reflecting the lake at North Star Camp for Boys.
Scenic view of sail boats floating in Spider Lake at North Star Camp for Boys.