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.
For individual instruction I begin with a discussion of where the student feels they are at with their photographic skills, perform an analysis of some of their work, discuss their goals for their photography to determine what genres or styles they are most interested in, and then develop an individualized lesson plan for each student.
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.
I want to adventure and experience life behind the lens, and that's how I believe my teaching style to be. I want you as a student to have a blast while learning, because let's get real, nobody cares to learn if it doesn't catch your interest.
Lessons for photography aren't as easy, but there are multiple aspects on how to go about the lessons. Starting off with simple controls of the camera to the programs such as Lightroom and Premiere Pro. Breaking the lessons into specific concepts such as coloring, curves, etc.
My teaching method is very personal and hands on. Together we determine what your strengths and weaknesses are and use those to push you towards the success you are seeking. I offer assistance on equipment, lighting, location scouting, technique, post production, printing, etc. From start to finish, we will propel your art to the success you wish to see.
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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.
My teaching method is that first time I teach then I ask everybody and then in some of lesson that is problem I repeat again.I think when students thought lesson in class they can did homework very well at home.
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 teach anyone who is interested in photography. I love to spread the knowledge, especially about film photography, as it's something I'm very passionate about. I can teach you from the very basics to more complicated tasks like the composition, light measurement techniques for film photography and others.
I would love to help beginning photographers learn about how to use their cameras. I would give assignments with instructions on how to accomplish different goals to help learn settings, explain composition, and discuss how to improve upon the photos you have taken before.
My teaching methodology is hands on learning. You have to shoot, shoot, shoot to get better and gain an eye for what interests you. We will also spend time in Lightroom where I'll assist you one on one how to edit photos and make them stand out.
I like to break things down very simply for my students. I believe in giving lots of visuals, examples and explanations. I want my students to really understand the information and walk away confident in how to use it on their own.
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 teach how people best learn to be taught, from written to right in front of you to best help one understand a subject.
My teaching method changes between subjects and students but I try to make the subjects fun for them so that they not only retain more, but enjoy learning. I do this by connecting the subject to other things they enjoy and care about as well as making the subject interesting.
I think experience and failure is most important when learning a new task.
My core teaching philosophy is to help you understand how something works on a fundamental level.
Tutoring for high school and college photo courses, ideally beginner to intermediate levels - assistance in improving work by giving technical advice and analysis of past work. Able to assist with English and French coursework as well.
I give lessons to beginning photographers that are looking to learn manual operations on DSLR and mirrorless cameras. I want to go out in the field and begin to think about what makes a good picture, as well as, what things you hope to capture. Deeper into the class a more intensive understanding of composition and story can be included.
I'm very laid back, energetic, and informative. It's about understanding the core of why and how things work, but sticking to the lesson. The main point is to find their style and expression through shooting.
To give the student as much useful information as I can depending on their level. The importance of preparation that it takes to get good results. Digital Photography is both an and a science. You get to tell me what you want to learn from beginner to advanced.
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.
As your teacher, I want you to know I am also still a learner. While I do have 25 years of experience as a professional photographer, I love to learn new things. If there is something I don’t know, I will find the answer for you. There are no dumb questions and I am always available to help you. Making mistakes are a part of the learning process and they give you necessary experience.
I can help guide you to taking the pictures of your dream and tell you how to get there. I can show you how I would edit a photo or what you can do next time to make it a better.
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 method is student based. I surround my teaching around what is best for the student because each person learns differently. My lesson structure is very hands on and we will jump into creating along side of learning exactly what we would need technically as well as creatively.
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