I base my classes on fundamentals or photography, usage of DSLR camera and equipments. I then focus on the type of photography students would like to learn by offering a basic idea about each type. Some of the classes will be theoretical and others will be practical with planned trips.
both theory and practice suitable for beginners and advanced students, no assumption of previous knowledge or experience. Able to adjust and adapt teaching methods for what works best for learner, both youth and adults learning styles.
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 you can only learn by doing, for this reason I like my classes to be as hands on as possible. Once a student has addressed a particular area of focus, I will work as hard as I can to perfect and improve their skills within the chosen field.
Real time online learning is convenient, but most online tutorials are not real time and leave us hanging when we need clarification.
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 name is Gerard and I am an enthusiastic teacher with a bachelor of arts in screen production and photography, who is willing to take on photography students of all experience levels. I tailor my lessons on what the student is wanting to learn about. I have experience tutoring students through the Mentor Me program at Murdoch University.
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.
To decide how the lesson will pan out, I will be in conversation with you to discuss your goals and previous experience. If you are happy to go forward with this interaction, I will then create a lesson plan and we will get started.
I teach photography based on the images you bring to show off your skills, as well as the capabilities of your camera.
When it comes to creating pictures and when it comes to developing them with the computer, I take a hands-on approach to teaching. With photography tuition, we go out on location and we discuss the basics whilst trying stuff out so that the concepts can be cemented in with hands-on experience. You get a laminated cheat-sheet to take home once you understand the concepts.
I am open to teaching methods but lessons would most likely be in the form of pdf documents, videos, photos, online teaching platforms and groups, etc.
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.
Photography should be fun and enjoyable whatever your subject preference. I have knowledge and experience to share, to guide fellow enthusiasts who want to learn more and get their DSLR off automatic. I cut my photographic teeth on manual cameras and take manual mode for granted.
My teaching method is a combination of theory and practical photography. I will start to teach the bases of photography, like how to use properly a camera, then the color structures and the composition. After all this is very clear for my students I will teach how to make a deep and successfull photographic documentary and propose it to the photographic agencies and magazines.
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.
Lessons and mentoring can be given to people just beginning analogue photography. More competent operators can also be catered for. Basic processing and printing can be demonstrated and more advanced printing techniques also can be shown.Lessons and mentoring can be given to people just beginning analogue photography. More competent operators can also be catered for.
I take a fun hands on approach to the teaching experience, work at your own pace, learn the ins and outs. i am best known for my Equestrian studio portraiture and canine imagery, emphasis on Digital retouching and image enhancing.
I have covered many aspects of photography in my life.
My lessons are tailored to suit the beginner to the advanced DSLR user. The lessons are for students looking to enter the photography industry as a paid professional or if you just want to gain a better understanding of photography to improve upon your current skills.
My method of teaching ranges from the technical management of the camera, exposure management, to practice in real life. Practice from how to play with light, to know in what moments of the day are the best moments to take each type of photo and how to learn from the parameters.
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.
I believe in practicality of lessons and theory. I'd like you to stark working and seeing the results every single day. Using right side of your brain I'll help you to tap into your creative talent and create images that you couldn't believe you would even been able to produce.
I also hold a Bachelor in Education and love experiential learning. It's important to me you enjoy the process of learning something new! You can direct the learning if you prefer more photoshop and less actual photography we can do that. Happier to personalise your learning for you.
I've been teaching workshops for a number of years now. Mostly I like to teach back to basics and the art of seeing. We are very much focused on gear these days and I like to take my students back to the beginning to give them a real and tangible platform to work from with solid knowledge.
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.
My belief in an effective tutor is to know that everyone is different and therefore teaching must follow suit. It is imperative to tailor lessons specifically to individuals so they can develop their skills with deeper understanding.
I'll teach them from the basic of photography, it's not only talking about how to use a camera but also how to tell the stories, how to build your aesthetic perspective, how to add the value of art on your picture. I'll start from the rough idea until post-production.
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.
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