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 enjoy providing tailored one on one or small group sessions setup to meet their exact needs. Photography can be very specific to an individual, such as someone who simply wants to learn the technical side of their camera and then focus on portraiture such that they can take great photos of their Kids or Landscape and Lighting for wonderful holiday shots.
Through the lens of your camera I can teach you how to captivate your images and enhance your knowledge with one on one or small group coaching
Real life method. Technical set up of camera. Use and care of the camera. Manual set ups. Lighting, exposure, Flash operation , shutter speed, time lapse, ISO setting. How to buy a camera, How to know what suits the operator.
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.
My teaching depends on the clients knowledge and understanding on cameras. For beginners, we will begin with basic camera functions. For those who are already familiar with their camera. I will begin with posing do's and don'ts and how to light them. We will begin posing individuals and then couples and work with our surrounding to light the subjects.
I have a very friendly and relaxed approach, making everyone feel comfortable so that everyone feels as if they can ask any questions and give it their best shot (pun not intended!).
I base my teachings on understanding the basics of photography in order to have a good foundation to develop your photography knowledge and skills from. This covers knowledge of different cameras and lens, when and where they should be used as well as learning camera settings such as ISO, Aperture, Shutter Speed, Colour Balance which are all essential in creating a great photograph.
My teaching method is very hands on and practical. I train my students to see photography through the visual elements and to develop their own style and practices. I have private, group lessons and work shops available.
My teaching method is practical based, because the only way to learn photography properly is to take photos and practice editing yourself repeatedly. The lesson structure will involve various practical photography tasks each with different objectives and techniques every week.
My teaching method is hands on studio based with a view to teaching students about a subjects face. Their best angles, bigger eye, how to smile, why people part their hair on one side of their face and not the other. The Golden Rule and how it pertains to someones face.
My name is Holly and i have recently graduated from a Bachelor of Photography. I've also been freelancing for the past 4 years in various different areas of photography.
Depending on your experience and knowledge about photography, we will start from the very basics, understanding how the camera works, how to find the proper exposure and focus for your pictures; what kind of lens you need depending on the type of photography you are interested in; I will even teach how your Smartphone can be your most powerful camera and how to get the most out of it.
A mix of theory and practice always based on real examples, techniques and tips with the use of technology and outdoors experience.
Regarding photography, I like to explain by example with supporting theory. A clear goal that I can help you work towards is much preferred, and allows me to help you reach your full potential. Mistakes are very important to the learning process, and with them it allows both of us to enhance our skills.
Experiential - the more actual real-life photography that can be experienced by participants during a session, the more likely it will become meaningful and not forgotten in a matter of hours. Using the participants own equipment so that the person can become more familiar.
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.
I base my classes on how to work the camera, what equipment is good for what environment you'll find yourself in taking photos & how to market to the audience & customers you want to succeed in. As well as tips on social media growth.
My teaching method is through experience, with some theory included. I prefer one-on-one coaching depending on a person's requirements and interests and can provide a digital SLR (Nikon) for use or bring your own camera if you are more comfortable.
I like to teach people with a hands on approach, I believe you can learn more with a camera in your hands rather than behind a desk, I like to explain it in plain english as I know when I started out it was hard enough to learn without all the fancy words.
I am very effective at explaining complex things in simple ways. I take great pride in my craft and get great enjoyment out of seeing others take it up.
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.
As your tutor, it's best to first understand the student's current skill set and further advance the technical aspect and thought the process of outcomes and also improve the confidence behind the camera and engaging with subjects with trial and error. Ansel Adams a famous photographer of his time quotes “There are always two people in every picture: the photographer and the viewer.
My teaching metholody is according to how the student learns and what they specifically want to learn. I use practical demonstrations.
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.
Hello, My name is Bertrand Schmitt and I have been doing photography professionaly for 5 years and before that as a hobby for almost for 30 years. I teach how to use your DSLR and how to understand the basics of your camera first so you don't have to guess anymore what program is best for different situations. Then it is important to understand light.
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.
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.
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.
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