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.
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.
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.
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'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.
My approach to mentoring or teaching photography is flexible and can be conducted in a classroom for groups of learners, or can be 1-on-1 in a classroom or on location. I would be willing to travel throughout the Riverina (southern area) of NSW and the North-East area of Victoria.
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.
Being new to tutoring I don't have a specific method for my teaching, what I am aiming to do is pass what knowledge I have on to the students. I will look back at a lot of my past university projects and assignments to help with the topics of what I want to teach them.
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.
My teaching method is based simply on connecting your forever growing personality with the lens. You can be picking up your first camera or already years into your practice, I'm sure we can sit down and find out what's creatively blocking you, what camera suits you or the rules of creative composition.
Photography may seem easy. It's just aiming a camera and pressing a button right? Wrong. To get that award-winning photo you must consider multiple aspects, such as the lighting, composition, focus of the photo, and many others.
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.
The US Navy Seals spent hundreds of millions developing learning techniques to train their special forces soldiers faster. I've taken these and adapted them for photography so you can learn faster and more easily. I now know for certain that photographers/ artists aren't born, they're made. And I use a unique teaching methodology to ensure that you maximise your potential.
Beginners always want to play with the camera. When we try to teach them all the parts of the camera and what each part does, this can be boring for many of them. So I always try to give them practical experience, actually taking photographs, while teaching them at the same time. I especially like to teach students triangle exposure.
Step by step, starting with basic knowledge, setting up a good foundation and all the way to an intermediate level of experience. To start with, knowing how photography works and history behind, inception to modern day digital photography. Using DSLR Understanding Exposer and getting it right with other combinations.
My teaching is client lead, meaning that every lesson is tailored to the individual or group that I meet. This is best suited to photography as everyone, including professionals have not only a different level of skill but also a different perspective on what they want a camera to do for them.
My approach to teaching is first learning what students are really interested in achieving, and to help them find their own point of view. I can help by giving a wide understanding of many major photographers' knowledge and how that has influenced contemporary understanding, along with ways of using lighting in unique ways.
Through my study I have found that people learn through a number of different methods. I would start in the classroom to understand my students knowledge base and where they would like to take their study.
I always get a sense of what experience my students have and tailor the course/training according to their skill level and desires. I always start with basic photography skills (aperture, shutter and ISO)and then move on to practical training and exercises to develop the students confidence and ability.
I approach photography to students based on the basic principles which, if understood, can make all the difference to up your photography skills. Students will be educated on the types of gear and many other aspects outside photography but related to it.
My way of structuring the classes is divided into two parts: a theoretical one, where I explain the technical foundations of photography, as well as about photographic equipment, work routines, genres of photography or recommendations; and another practical part where students must put into practice what has been worked on in the theoretical part.
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