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.
My teaching method is mix of hands-on experience and theorethical knowledge of photography, light, and composition.
My teaching methods include gepup discusions and critcal thinking. by engaging the student we are able to realize the possiblities with a simple pcture.
MAYA (all levels except skinning and rigging) ZBRUSH (all levels) PHOTOSHOP (all levels) PHOTOGRAPHY (all levels) in both French or English. (Bilingual) Rather than a long speech, I'll let you judge for yourself: (hidden information) My way of teaching depends on your level. In general. Avoid doing too much theory; i'd rather train you, sitting next to you on a second computer.
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.
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.
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.
I base my lessons on the experience I have, what I learned at the university, the contact with professionals in the field, and the specific courses I took on photography. The classes are according to the student's need, curiosity and technique. From the beginner to the one who already has some experience.
I have experienced failure throughout my academic experience. Without one-to-ones with mentors and teachers I would not have been able to achieve my successes. I therefore reflect this methodology through my own teaching. I have found that teaching individuals and/or small groups through holistic approaches aids the subject at hand.
I like to teach in a relaxed less formal and casual manner using videos and presentations and where students can interact and discuss subjects as they require. Many camera and post processing techniques involve people getting hands on experience which this style of teaching suits best.
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.
I love to show people how they can improve their skills through experience. I want them to be confident with themselves and their equipment. That's why I teach on the street, so they can practice with my assistance and learn how to do their best to capture time and places.
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.
As I am an aspiring filmmaker, my photography style lends itself to that. I like to shoot in a candid style, even though it may be staged. I like to get emotion out of the scene, which is important to tell the story you want to tell.
My teaching methods include gathering information from students and building a comprehensive study-plan based around what your requirements are. Not only will you learn about your chosen specifics, you will learn how they relate to other areas in the creative industries (including video production if desired).
My teaching method is very relaxed and creative. I do not just show you how to do something and send you on your way. I will show you how and keep showing until you have learnt it for yourself. I also believe in a creative approach. I would love to see you be challenged with creative and unique tasks to enable you to learn in a fun way.
The method and priority is to learn photographic theory and practice at the same time. We will learn to frame, use the camera in manual mode, illuminate, etc. while taking photos.
I teach photography based on the images you bring to show off your skills, as well as the capabilities of your camera.
My teaching methodology is to make everything make sense so no one is confused, I hope I can make other students feel comfortable talking to me and other students if need any assistance while teaching. I may not be the best teacher but please bear with me.
I have been working with photographers of all abilities and I have developed a teaching programme that encourages creativity. It's not about what camera or lens you use, it's about developing your vision, the way you see the world and the way you translate that vision into fantastic photographs. I like to work one to one or in a group, I also do distance tutoring via Skype or email.
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 have covered many aspects of photography in my life.
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.
I am a highly motivated and conscientious individual with an exceptionally strong work ethic. My students are not only able but encouraged to contact me outside of their lesson hours as I give everything I can to each of my students. Every single lesson is bespoke to the student (or group of students) that I am teaching.
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.
I discovered myself a photographer ten years ago, watching my father record moments. Curiosity, in the end, became an interest. More than that, it became a necessity, and I was improving my knowledge. In love, I understood that photographing would always be my craft and my way of life. The beauty of photography, for me, is in the details. A look. A smile. A tear of happiness or sadness.
My teaching method is teaching the basics first and building upon them by interacting with the student to give a customised lesson that they will get the most out of.
I try to explain everything as simply as possible to examples from life, and I like to repeat until the aha effect comes. Most of the time people get in contact with me and teach photography pretty well and they are more interested in doing that because you are not afraid of it anymore.
I have a lifelong appreciation for the arts as an arts history major, I believe in explaining and making real life connections for students in exploring arts media by scaffolding content and engaging students with a balance of inquiry, modelling, reflection and practice.
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