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.
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.
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.
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 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.
I believe it's very important to practice on hand while learning something and always takes notes and it helps remember things.
My teaching methods are hands on training, lecture method, Brainstorming, Active and Engaging Discussion (Interactive/Participative) methods and Practical Presentation methods
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.
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.
The classes I offer are mostly practical with some theoretical content as support. In addition, the improvement of technique and perception of lighting are always present in the exercises and proposals. Classes can be directed to the amateur audience, with tips on travel photography, nature, equipment and so on.
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.
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.
Hi Everyone, Thanks for stopping by, I LOVE teaching! Photography, editing & everything that goes with it. Please take a look below for the subjects I offer & don't hesitate to get in touch if you have any questions! Hope to see you soon! Tom ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------ PHOTOGRAPHY & RETOUCHING/EDITING LESSONS 1.
Learning by doing! I teach my students how to draw with food on the plate and chasing the light to finding the moment to create the best delicious food image.
I approach the theory lessons first for in-depth understanding and secondly by developing the practical lessons afterwards, time to time I hand out study assignments or projects to accomplish. And when it comes to Photography I do go for monthly Photowalk to analyse my student progress.
My teaching style is more in the practical work and I teach you inspiring photo stories and photomaki g process
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.
Having taught photography before in wide age groups and genres, I obtain a wide knowledge and love for the work. Teaching everything from the basics to the creative. Ranging from hour lessons to few hour lessons, depending on your skills and want to learn.
We start with the fundamentals. Firstly you must understand what a camera is with a quick history lesson on it's technological advancement from film to today, then we put the theory into practice. Once you become adapted to the knowledge behind how cameras work we can now move forward and practice how to achieve the right lighting.
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.
BA in communications with an emphasis in both theatre and photo journalism. Also started a minor in graphic design but due to a double major did not have time to complete. Photoshop and InDesign. Movie Making and Editing. Still and Action Photography. There are many venues in photography that one can choose to take.
My teaching motto is simple: I allow my students to learn in small easy-to-follow steps, keeping things factual and fun. I am extremely patient and passionate tutor and have taught photography to students ranging from complete beginners to A-level standard.
I believe in hands on teaching, without the need for expensive equipment or very technical jargon, I will walk you through most standard procedures and general rules, before expanding your skillset into more complicated and elaborate methods to display a higher quality of photos.
In my opinion the best learning model is 70% 20% 10%. 70% In the field (Practicals) 20% tutorials, feedback, coaching. 10% in classrooms (Formal). I am very patient and I like that when teaching the student has a leading role while the teacher is just a facilitator.
I generally emphasize my classes on the basis of importance of that particular subject in someone's life. From their I approach the intricacies and the overall details which the student needs to know about that particular subject. I believe in exploration and field work, so every student will get the opportunity to do it.
I love experiential teaching. Everyone is a creative person in his/her own rights. I am just an enabler to make you understand the basics from where you take off. I start off with the basic elements of photography and help you understand your camera better.
How many times have you watched those beautiful photos on Instagram and Facebook and you thought "How I'd like to shoot like this"? How many times have you thought "my camera is too complicated, I'll never learn to use it properly"? I know: I've thought the very same so many times When I started photographing twenty years ago I was just like you: inexperienced, alone, without anyone helping...
Fashion, Beauty, Editorial, Commercial, Family, Wedding, Fine Art, Headshots, Portfolio builders, Model and actor profiles, Fashion designer look books and catalogs, product photography, digital photography and post production editing and retouching, natural light, studio lights, classes for all level students from beginners to expert level.
It is important for me to have a technical background. But photography is above all a medium to tell a story. Without narrative construction the image is meaningless. That's why I present different artists from different fields of art to feed the photographer in the making.
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