I've been teaching all types of photography for many years and I have learned that each student learns in a different manner and pace. I custom tailor a learning path based on your needs, desires, and the direction and end result you wish to achieve.
I give personalized photography lessons to all ages and levels by helping my students take step by step actions that will help achieve excellent final results in their photographs. By focusing on the concepts behind what makes great photographs, any type of camera can be used to make them.
Being able to understand how to look at art is just as essential to the process of making art; as well as critiques by both peers and teachers. Lastly, having excitement, love, and passion for teaching and the subject matter.
I briefly taught French in the UK after graduating high school and my methodology then was to first give my students the technical knowledge they needed to learn and then honed in on areas where they could improve or areas they wanted to master. I plan on applying a similar methodology to teaching photography.
Bringing out the students natural desire to want to learn, know more, get better, become excellent. I can keep writing, to satisfy the mots minimum, so I will. Whatever else I might add, simple goes back to the the first line.
My teaching method is project based. While I will absolutely prepare engaging lecture/presentation of lessons, the real heartbeat of learning this craft is by jumping in! I will facilitate your learning using a hands-on approach coupled with an on going conversation about not only the technical skills of photography, but also the subjective nature of the medium and how best utilize it.
I really enjoy learning how each individual learns best. Whether it's hands-on, visually, traditional lecturing, or something more experimental/trial and error... and then sculpting the knowledge, advice, and techniques I need to teach them in the best way they learn.
I prefer the marriage of technical proficiency with conceptual applications. It is just as important to understand why we are making pictures as well as the ability to make them. I am a straight shooter and will be direct with constructive feedback and I enjoy exposing my students to photographers who can help them define their own personal vision.
I have a B.F.A in production design from Savannah college of Art and Design. I took may photography classes and was one of the main photographers for the theatrical productions. I develop my lesson structure to the need of my students.
I believe that art is essential to experience life with greater intensity and love. I would love to teach and mentor any serious photography practitioner about the art of seeing, through photography.
I teach how people best learn to be taught, from written to right in front of you to best help one understand a subject.
I will go over all of the basics of photography and cameras and the history of photography using visuals and notes
I am all about the artist technical and mental journey. the questions of why and how as well. to mold each individuals own unique opinion and artististic opinion. i would show documentaries and examples. then give my students thier assignment to take a crack at it. evaluate their work, critique what to work on, and refer other artists for them to check out to ferther artistic thier spectrum.
My teaching approach is focused on helping students and clients reach their specific goals. Often students are working towards producing a specific deliverable (e.g., presentation, speech, analysis, pitch, etc.) and we prioritize the necessary steps and work towards completing those steps to produce high quality output.
I am a senior photography student at Carson-Newman University. I have been taking photos since I was a sophomore in high school. I have shot numerous weddings, headshots, maternity/baby, senior, and family sessions.
I have an extensive art background that has provided the basic knowledge needed for photography. My goal is to teach my students these skills along with the basic knowledge of how to operate and creatively use a DSLR camera. I work as a hands on teacher so that everyone gets to experience what they are learning.
My teaching methodology is base on Skype lessons and power point and video materials, with frequent checks (not votes) on the understanding of the activities.
MAYA (all levels except skinning and rigging) ZBRUSH (all levels) PHOTOSHOP (all levels) PHOTOGRAPHY (all levels) in both French or English. (Bilingual) Rather than a long speech, I'll let you judge for yourself: (hidden information) My way of teaching depends on your level. In general. Avoid doing too much theory; i'd rather train you, sitting next to you on a second computer.
I teach as a lecturer since 2014. Currently I am the operational manager of the company Tilllate.world, based in Switzerland, the largest international community for nightlife photography, we cover more than 20 countries. I collaborate with Google Inc. as a Google certified photographer for the insertion of places and photographs in the Google Street View database.
With a warm welcome, you will soon free your creativity, have fun, get the best grades possible with encouraging, inspiring, very experienced, fully qualified Art and Photography Teacher in a relaxed, informal atmosphere.
My method is based on the judicious association between technical mastery, artistic expression and understanding of the human. I focus my teaching on developing your own photographic signature, an expression of your personal universe. I help you combine these three ingredients to become independent in your visual storytelling.
From childhood I had contacts with the photographic world: my father always carrying his Olympus Trip for all the events and trips made by the family. Even without knowing it, he taught me many concepts about composition, perspective, etc. My uncle has always been an enthusiast of his hobbies: it was because of his curiosity and enthusiasm in photography that I was able to inherit his EOS-1.
I have experienced failure throughout my academic experience. Without one-to-ones with mentors and teachers I would not have been able to achieve my successes. I therefore reflect this methodology through my own teaching. I have found that teaching individuals and/or small groups through holistic approaches aids the subject at hand.
I like to teach in a relaxed less formal and casual manner using videos and presentations and where students can interact and discuss subjects as they require. Many camera and post processing techniques involve people getting hands on experience which this style of teaching suits best.
I believe the best way to learn anything is to do it yourself. So while I teach the theory and specs of photography in short lectures, we spend most of our time in the field practicing the craft.
I love to show people how they can improve their skills through experience. I want them to be confident with themselves and their equipment. That's why I teach on the street, so they can practice with my assistance and learn how to do their best to capture time and places.
I'll teach anyone who wants to learn, no matter your age, experience, current situation etc. My teaching would be tailored around you and exactly what you want to learn, I'll do this through simplified instructions, mixed in with physically showing and guiding you through a process.
I can teach large groups or on a 121 basis. My teaching is style is unique and I have developed a card system which makes understanding the triangle of photography much easier than say watching you tube videos. I have been a professional Photographer working in London for the past 15 years and have recently moved to Dorset with my young family.
The method and priority is to learn photographic theory and practice at the same time. We will learn to frame, use the camera in manual mode, illuminate, etc. while taking photos.
I teach photography based on the images you bring to show off your skills, as well as the capabilities of your camera.
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