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.
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.
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.
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.
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.
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.
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'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.
Slow and steady is the best method with photography. You will never get it right the first time, and you shouldn't want to. creating a beautiful photo is all about incorporating every aspect of the art. As well as understanding what every part of your camera can do.
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.
I teach 'one-on-one' -- as every student deserves individual attention. I have taught on High School level and University Level. University of Notre Dame and New York University for two examples. First classes involve knowledge of how our cameras work, i.e., shutter speed, aperture, depth of field, perspective, etc.. Although with the new HD digital cameras, and i phones, etc..
My teaching method is flexible. I personally learn certain things better visually, certain things hands on, and certain things just by reading or having it explained. Because of the way I learn, I am able to teach well with all of these methods.
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.
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 courses are for anyone wishing to discover photography, deepen their technical and theoretical knowledge. All in a good atmosphere ;-) We build the course together, according to your desires, your projects and your level.
My name is Jamin. email: (concealed information) Website: (concealed information) Here you can learn about how to use your camera perfectly. Which lens is best for your work. How to take photo with the best exposure. How to do compositions. Etc.. My teaching methodology includes 4 parts: 1.Theory and camera operation studies. 2.Practice and post-upgrade studies. 3.
My teaching method is very friendly, easy and interactive. Before I start a lesson, I introduce myself to new candidates and I become aware of their basic knowledge. I emphasize on practical knowledge rather than theoretical. While giving a group lecture or teaching individually, I always give the necessary examples and make things easier to understand.
My courses are for anyone wishing to learn more about the Photo (Realization, shooting, retouching), whether you are beginner, amateur or confirmed. People prefer to buy the best photo equipment to compensate for their lack of skills because it is easier to change camera rather than working on oneself. Change, it's scary.
My classes are absolutely personalized and dynamic, I reorganize the work and interest of the student according to the maximum use of the tools we have, such as technique, equipment and visual culture, background, etc. No form of art develops without interweaving with other disciplines, so I try, according to the interest of the student to interrelate photography with them.
Practical on the street training in real settings and locations is my approach. It's fun, non-threatening and full of surprises. I'd like to think I'm easy and approachable to all ages and that means helping people as they master their art is about great relationships.
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.
My teaching method is really simple. I try to teach basic concepts of photography and then just push them aside, because, at the end of the day, your creativity is what that matters. I like to give small assignments around the place of living to teach people how any everyday object can turn into a beautiful picture.
I teach hands-on photography. I love working on students' visual art, the art of seeing along with technical skills relating camera, camera gear and editing softwares like Photoshop and Lightroom. I believe in nurturing a wholesome photographic palette and talent.
I base my classes on fundamentals or photography, usage of DSLR camera and equipments. I then focus on the type of photography students would like to learn by offering a basic idea about each type. Some of the classes will be theoretical and others will be practical with planned trips.
My approach is first to work out how you think, then to apply the basics of being a photographer to that thinking. Sounds a little weird, right? So I can teach you the skill sets - exposures, framing, connection, light, conceptual development, people and talent management and so on - but what really counts as a photographer is the thought process.
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