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 approach teaching by assessing the unique needs and learning style of the student. As an Adobe Lightroom tutor, I have built software and editing lessons around a project the student wished to complete (a photo book) and tailored the editing and organizational sessions around their interest and goals.
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.
Catering content to the individual student. Focus on easy concept understanding and practice assignments to put theroy in practical use. Use of external readings and recommended movies with follow up discussions for better concept understanding and retention. 5 minute recap sessions at the beginning of every class.
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.
I like letting people be creative in their own way and let them learn at their pace. There is never a big rush on learning anything, it shouldn't be stressful. However, there will be some more or less boring things which are part of a learning process.
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.
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.
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'm Javier Carrasco. I studied script, postproduction, directing, camera and cinema lighting at Septima Ars cinema school Madrid. My passion is cinema, but I combine it with freelance work of photographer / audiovisual producer. I am currently creating an audiovisual production company (Adkicker) I would like to teach others how to improve their hobby or profession.
Hello, My name is Sarah, I am a professional photographer based in Montrouge 10 minutes from Paris.
Plastic artist who understands photography as a brush over the fan that includes all the visual arts. My classes are aimed at all levels and at all ages. I have a lot of experience with all kinds of people, and all social and generational classes are very valuable to me.
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.
I am assuming that the equipment is never as important as our eyes, our mind and our heart. If you do not have anything to say, we'll hardly do anything interesting even with the camera of our dreams. Therefore my technical lessons can not do without the comparison with the masters who have made the history of photography.
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 lessons benefit students actively looking to improve themselves in their given subject field, and with a passion and genuine interest in the subject. Private sessions offer the best experience as it means I'll have more time to interact with the student one on one. Workload will vary depending on the student.
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 use a multitude of teaching methods. Each session is tailored to the learners requirements, be it a one to one or group session. Photography requires a experiential learning approach. Learners are introduced to the relevant skills and then apply the gained knowledge through practice, evaluation and development.
I graduated with a Distinction from the MA Documentary Photography at the University of South Wales in 2016. I give lessons to photography students or anyone wishing to learn about storytelling through photography. I give examples of work by other photographers to illustrate a range of visual styles and project approaches.
Courses are divided between: a theoretical part followed by a practical part (generally outside) in order to apply the techniques discussed. The images made are then visualized on screen and can thus be corrected or simply commented.
I heavily believe that practical exercises are the only way to teach photography, it's one thing for me to show you over Skype, but another to do set it up yourself and do it with me. That way you can see what I'm doing for yourself and why I'm doing it. I teach beginners and professionals alike.
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.
Hello! I am a photographer with more than 12 years of experience gained by taking pictures around the world! I really like teaching, and giving others the tools to express their creativity in the best possible way, whatever their level of preparation or final goal.
As a trainer of students, I try to make sure: They comprehend why something is critical to know or do. They have the opportunity to learn in their own particular manner. Learning is experiential and not just rote learning. Ant time is ideal for them to learn something new. The process of photography is enriching and empowering.
I will teach the basics and then set tasks. Ideally the person will have a camera or at least a smart phone. If the person has a laptop and computer with editing software then I can guide the person through the whole process of making a short film.
I tailor lessons to each individual student or group's specific needs. Lessons are highly interactive, combining theory, critique and practical exercises to ensure you master whatever form of photography you are pursuing.
I can teach from entry level for students that have never held a camera, up to Level 3, the equivalent of A Level or Foundation Diploma. I often work with a social teaching style, letting the students lead the direction of the class whilst acting as a facilitator for the needs of the individuals in the groups.
As I am currently studying at university, I provide my lessons mainly online - via which platform you choose (Skype, Facebook etc..), unless the student wants specifically face to face lessons. In terms of content, the lessons are based purely around the students and what he/she wants to learn about.
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