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AP Photography Students Teach Photography to Adults with Disabilities

Members of the AP Photography class traveled to Beaverbrook STEP Options day program in Watertown on May 16 and May 23 to teach photography to adults with developmental and intellectual disabilities.

The Arrows brought in cameras to the program and linked up with participants at Beaverbrook, passing on some of their photography knowledge. After setting up the cameras and showing a slideshow presentation on the basics of photography, the Arrows went out into the Watertown community with their mentees to take pictures. Afterwards, they edited and reviewed their work. Ultimately, the photographs were presented in a slideshow to the whole program.

Great job, Arrows. View more photographs