My teaching method is to first present a short theory on the topic at hand. We then dive into practical approach by exploring the world through the lens. Kids in the classroom sessions focus around thinking challenges and creative perspective games.
My approach is to quickly evaluate where you're at, and tailor each lesson around what you need to progress your photography to the next level. I have a strong emphasis on practical, meaning we'll be taking photos in real-life situations. I will guide you at every step of the way, and supplement your learning with as much theory and background as you need at that time.
All lessons are One on One lessons so there are no distractions and learning can be at your own pace. I teach still photography, using modern, state of the art equipment and all lessons include practical as well as theoretical content.
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 tailor my classes to the individual. This means that, together, we can meet and supersede your expectations. Whether you're looking for basic instruction on how to best use your first camera or you're wanting a mentor to assist you in taking that next step or to specialise in a particular discipline. Our lessons will be based on practical exercises.
I teach via web video - 1 on 1 consultation. I design a learning experience around the student's needs. All lessons are practical and involve a creative exercise at the end. Each lesson builds the creative and technical skill of the student over time.
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 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 approach photography with a creative view on the world, I focus on human relationships with props and locations. I believe not everyone has to be an successful model in order to be photographed and you don't need to afford expensive gear to take photos.
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.
I have several structured classes available which can be one on one or for small groups. The classes I offer include; 1/ Basic Camera operation 2/ Landscape Techniques 3/ Basic Portraiture 4/ Macro and Nature Photography. 5/ Advanced Camera operations and photographic management. These courses include written/study material and some involve practical sessions as well.
- my lessons are geared towards teaching the basics of digital photography - this includes the technical parts of how to use different techniques with digital DSLR cameras - I aim to show students how to take good photos, and how to develop their own vision and style, as well as the digital editing process
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.
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.
I take a step by step approach to teaching photography. Learning the basics is about utilising the equipments capabilities to create the image you want. Photography is also very much about personalities, both yours and your subjects. Aside from technical skills its also necessary delve into the social and theoretical aspects of Photography.
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 teaching method will start from the basic lighting knowledge and will guide you to the most complex scenarios, then I will show you how to create amazing artworks working on your editing skills.
My teaching method is mainly hands on. The best way to learn to take photos is to take photos instead of looking at screenshots on a projector. To aid students understanding my teaching aids include a glamour model and a helicopter.
My teaching method ranges from being able to instruct students on both analogue and digital techniques in photography. This ranges from beginners black and white photography,use of analogue cameras , exposure,film development, darkroom printing through to instruction on creating technical and conceptual frameworks in individual art practice.
Everyone has different goals, and I tailor each person's lessons to what they hope to achieve, and the best workflow I believe they need to get there as quickly as possible! Digital photography is an art, and it needs to be dynamic and stylised to the person behind the lens.
I tend to focus more on the content and the perspective rather than the technical stuffs. This would be a great way for those who are willing to connect with the images. I am more than happy to share my creative thoughts as a tutor.
My teaching method is to create an energetic and positive learning environment and culture to inspire the students’ learning and motivation to achieve their goals. I am also a creative person and I can create an interesting learning atmosphere for Children and young adults in their study environment.
I am a very spur of the moment person, and adapt easily to all people. I teach the technical basics. There is a lot of practical work as well (with projects and evaluations). The goal is for people to understand the art. I believe you learn by doing and trying, therefore the practical work is very important to the art, the technical work is important to the understanding.
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 like to give a solid explanation as to the what we are doing and why, as well as how. It's more important to understand the fundamentals to ensure the same learning can be applied sometimes vastly different scenarios. Then I like to give a practical demonstration of what ever is being taught so the students see what is supposed to happen.
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.
Fundamentally, with Wildlife Photography - see the "BEASTIE SHOOT THE BEASTIE" in a heartbeat is what it's all about, so teaching " KISS " KEEP IT SIMPLE GUYS -ie, to know exactly what whistle, button, bell to use in a flash is all !!!!..Come their dream safari in Africa, up close, terrifying , Wild Lion, HEART BEAT- STOP- Click, SUCCESS....
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 am flexible, observant, and responsive, always keeping an open mind about how to best engage my students and get them excited about learning—and that means considering trying out different interactive teaching styles. Flexibility in teaching, Encourage student participation, Use questions that stimulate response, discussion, and a hands-on experience.
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