My method is pretty simple, I prepare a subject, I give my class and we talk about it. I want to make things easy to understand and very practical. I have a lot of experience but I want to teach to beginers.
My classes are aimed for beginners with no or very little experience in photography. Adults and high school students are both welcome. We will start with the basics such as controls and principals(exposure, white balance etc) and we will continue with lenses and gear, basic lighting, visual composition and colour theory in the following lessons.
I believe in the practice of learning by doing. I want all my students not to only grasp the theory of photography, but the technicality of the process by physically taking their own photos. This means making mistakes out in the field and learning what is working and what isn't.
I believe in catering to every individual's need. In my approach, everyone gets to exercise their creative freedom, photography styles and looks, but still end up learning the very essentials of the photography that are important for a photo to me really strong.
The best way for Artists to keep creative is through collaboration, and to always seek out the opinions and interpretations of others. This process can happen through critiques and open-minded conversation that will create a starting point for improvements, and inspire future projects.
I like to work one on one with students to ensure that they are grasping the concepts being taught. I believe in building on the students previous knowledge and adapting teaching styles to the students individual needs. I am excited to begin teaching a subject that I am so passionate about.
You like taking pictures? That's the perfect starting point! Even if it's only to have a thousand pictures of your family and pets or maybe just for when you go abroad and bring back amazing memories, your reasons are all valid. Since I'm a really artistic person, I love to give concrete examples of what I am showing my students.
I approach photography as a form of expression. I believe that each person has a different view on the world, and photographer gives you the opportunity to share your vision with others - the way that YOU want to. My lessons are intended for any skill level, whether you have never touched a camera before or if you already have the hang of it and want to improve.
Making a photograph is like making a painting. A thought has to be provoked to click the shutter. With online platforms these days it is very easy to grasp the technical knowledge involved in photography but the artistic and aesthetic part of it is another ball game altogether.
I am very patient and flexible.
I love teaching. For me sharing is caring. I want us to work in team, and learn together to be better in a workshop kinda way. This is not a competition and everybody willing to learn is more than welcome.
I have a simple and effective methodology when I photograph. I will show you the important options and we will practice. It does not matter what your camera is, I know it and I will show you how to use it. - J'ai une méthodologie simple et efficace quand je photographie. Je vais vous montrer les options importantes et nous allons pratiquer.
My teaching method is mix of hands-on experience and theorethical knowledge of photography, light, and composition.
Using various methods of teaching, I work with my students to find out what they are passionate about learning. By sharing a variety of sources, techniques and equipment options, I can help a student pick what is the best for their situation.
I offer a student focused approach, tailoring lessons to the needs and wants of each student. I have a standard course from which I choose lessons based on a meeting with potential students to discuss what they'd like to learn. The lessons that I offer are appropriate for beginner and intermediate photographers and artists with either 35mm or digital cameras.
My teaching methodology is always very visual and engaging. Fun, interactive, nonconventional projects and homework. Keeping it interestedly fun, while learning is proved to be effective.
I like to teach according to what the student already knows, find out what direction they would like to go in their photography, and help them build skills to get where they want to be. I'm very easy-going in my teaching style, but still require genuine effort from my students.
My teaching methods are very hands on. You have to know your camera in order to take great photos. There are also lessons in theory and understandings of camera settings. I will also teach some photo editing methods. It is a flexible class allowing the student to explore different areas of photography.
I am very flexible on hours and what we would learn, any lessons would be based solely on what you want to learn.
I believe it's very important to practice on hand while learning something and always takes notes and it helps remember things.
My teaching methodology is to explain and simplify the technical for beginner photographers in order to free your creative side.
Its both indoor and outdoor coaching, theoritical understanding of photography especially on DSLR, taking pictures and lighting associated with it and outdoor experience
My teaching is like, I make my students entertained as they are learning, Because students like to study when they are actively doing something. I would like to get the vibrant guys as my students, so that the learning process will be easy.
I will have notes and do some hands on practice challenges to get your creativity juices flowing. Whether you use a phone or a digital camera we will learn techniques.
We begin with learning from each other what level of knowledge and skill we possess. Then we set goals for your learning based on your interests and skills. I will challenge you to learn basic skills and practice them practically. My goal is to see you achieve your goals.
Ky teachingvstylebis hands on . You learn by doing.
My teaching methods are structured and flexible. So I structure my classes a certain way so that we meet goals over a period of time. But I also think of the student’s needs and questions, addressing that in order for them to truly learn and care.
Classes with me would involve safely exploring the streets/wilderness and experiencing the art of photography, catering to more spatially/physically/socially-strong learners. Additionally, students would be involved in hands-on lessons of Photoshop in order to strengthen the process of creating visually-stimulating works of art.
My experience encompasses a range of creative and technical skills that would be useful for new photographers as well as those looking to develop their skills further. I am an easy going and patient individual who can help navigate you through all the technical and artistic aspects of photography. We will work with and critic existing work as well as assignment projects to help develop your look.
My teaching methods are based on classical drawing and painting. The drawing lessons include basic drawing, perspective, lighting and shading. The sessions last one to two hours. Typical media for beginners is pencil and paper. Other media includes watercolors, pastel, acrylic and oil.
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