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.
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.
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.
My teaching method is to work from the basics through to more advanced techniques. Learn the basics of how to operate a DSLR, using a variety of settings and techniques. After in-camera techniques have been mastered, learn about the wonders of photoshop and post proessing.
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.
I can show you how to compose photos, use natural light, flash and reflectors. I can teach you to use Lightroom, basic Photoshop and how to process RAW images. I can also teach you how to use film if you prefer to use analog photography.
Hands on approach with equipment, showing how to create different effects with a camera and lighting. Looking at composition, lensing, lighting using flash as well as natural light. Portraiture looking at posing to the camera as well as different lighting that can be used to create a mood and effect.
I have a very approachable and laid back nature, for me the student is the sponge and I the water. My focus is to work with my student to best find a learning style to suit. I can provide location and in studio photography lessons.
My teaching method is based on teaching core fundamentals in a relaxed conversational delivery with a hands on examples and exercises to complete. I will give takeaway reading material and notes and set a short photography project to complete. Course lengths can vary, but a minimum of six one hour sessions a week can give a good basic understanding.
My teaching method is having an inclusive approach on each individual and guiding them towards a better result by allowing their creativity and ideas to generate discussion. Feedback both ways is very important and now with all the online resources learning is fast and can be very interesting.
My approach to teaching is quite simple. The best way for you to be able to understand all the knowledge that i'm about to share with you is to put it into application. So while theories are important, i believe that practical hands on activity will be the true hero in these sessions i'm providing.
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.
Lessons can be tailored to your level of photography, from beginner to advanced and towards your specific areas of interest. My teaching method is as hands on as a student requires with regular exercises to ensure that lessons are learnt.
I follow a formal structure based on my students needs and flexible to adapt to any skill level . Your will learn creative and technical skills required for photography in a Hands on, practical, learn as you go , latest trends , have a go approach.
My teaching method is Visual, as it is photography. There will maybe be a few hand outs/slideshows about the photography theories/art history to give students the best understanding of photography. I am a very patient person and love to teach and share any knowledge with everyone. I am most likely to learn something from my students too.
My teaching method is based on sharing the knowledge I have acquired both through learned and practical experience as well as the experience gained by working with different clients. The lessons structure is usually dictated by what the student wants to learn and my first question to anyone is "what do you want to get out of this lesson".
I am a very easy-going person who is willing to help you feel the best you can be about your work. I am a firm believer that each person has a creative difference. Everyone's ideas will be valued and I will make it my duty to help you start and finish projects.
I like to use your ideas and guide you from there as photography should be fun! I will share tips and tricks in getting some amazing shots even from your mobile phone.
When it comes to photography I like to work one on one as it is such a personal art to specialise in. Teaching the colour composition, rule of thirds, editing and angles to use is different for everyone.
My teaching methodology is that, it should'nt feel like a classroom environment. In order to get out the creative part of my students, I tend to focus on developing their practical knowledge with the required amount of their classes as well. Photography assignments, submissions, practical outdoor sessions, live sessions with my clients etc will be held during the period.
My teaching method is checking in to see where your interest and ability is currently, then focussing on ways to improve your skill level and broaden your abilities in the direction that you would like your photography to take you.
My philosophy on teaching photographer is real world experience! Some of my most valuable experience has been gained working on the field. A syllabus from a textbook cannot teach you how to think on your feet, how to be creative and expressive with your work.
I base my courses on your needs and work to help you achieve your goals. Each lesson links theory to practice in order to get you familiarized with your camera and eventually get you autonomous. I adjust my methodology to my students and make sure that everyone is understanding the basics of my lessons.
My teaching methodology is to help students gain an understanding of their digital camera and its capabilities. I place great importance on practice in the field and exploring different ways to achieve stunning images. You can become a better photographer today.
I would teach by having camera exercises, looking at different types of photography and setting little tasks around that, have quizzes on how to use the camera and editing programs etc.
My teaching style is inspirational based (unless stated otherwise) wherever possible to so but also maintaining structure and organisation.
The lesson will be an introduction. It will be practical and I can be patient, kind and friendly by supporting you to learn how to take photos. We will take it step by step. Making sure you understand what you are doing. What is required to be improved.
I prefer one on one lessons in English or in Hungarian where I can help you to improve your current level of knowledge.
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