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.
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.
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.
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.
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 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 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 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.
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.
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 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.
My approach is to first establish the student's skills gaps and then design a practical hands-on approach to there learning needs. Learning should be fun and have a strong element of exploration and achievement, I strive to bring all these elements into my teaching practice.
My teaching method is simple and I believe in practically going out for photowalks and spending time outdoors to get the perfect shots. Photography is all about capturing light, and about one's perspective and how they view an object or light itself. In my opinion you can do a lot with a camera, and I aspire to help and assist those who are ambitious about photography.
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.
I PREFER TO TEACH THIS SUBJECT BY DIVIDING THE COURSE INTO SMALL MANAGABLE SUB-TOPICS. MOST OF THE LESSONS ARE TEXT BASED AS THIS IS A BEGINNERS COURSE. THIS COURSE WILL HAVE A STRONG DIGITAL INFLUENCE. I URGE ALL MY STUDENTS TO PHYSICALLY WRITE OUT THE NOTES PROVIDED IN A NOTEBOOK WITH A PEN FOR OPTIMAL LEARNING. IT IS FOUND THAT WE RECOLLECT INFORMATION BETTER THAT WE HAVE WRITTEN ON PAPER.
You must have the fundamentals verbatim then you can break the rules to the point that your images can be repeated they were not a lucky accident. Being able to understands and control the light is paramount. can you operate your camera with your eyes closed? once you can then you can concentrate on the image as the camera is second nature.
Understanding the importance and relevance of the historical development of the artform, encourage analogue use of cameras and plenty of practical components, Discussion of photographic ideas and rules and the importance of aesthetics within your work. Promote an evolution of knowledge to fully understand and appreciate the forms within Photography.
My teaching method is primarily determined by the needs of a given student . Determined either by interest, skill level or the desire to extend themselves and discover new aesthetic approaches. each students determines their need and the manner in which their preference is to be taught.
My teaching methoed is providing online article show the photography theory with examples. I will explain the thoery and answer students questions. after lession I give student assignment and reply with feedback. student will improve a lot with my experienced feedback.
When I was getting started in photography over 20 years ago I was lucky to have access to many very experienced photographers to guide me and help me develop my own style.
* I like to find out just what a student brings to the course * Based on this starting point I will introduce them to the rules and priniciples of photography and how to look through the viewfinder of the camera to produce excellent images * Set photographic assignments * Give demonstrations on how to use a SLR camera, then student practice and take photos * Show how to develop film * Show...
My teaching method first starts with an understanding of the task and why we need to me motivated, then based on the specific task, we work our way through and maintain the skills and strength that have helped us.
If you are not searching for VCE tutoring we can work together on a curriculum centred around your desires. I will structure our course so that you can continue to explore and learn without the need for face-to-face lessons- however, these will be organised as they are very beneficial.
I’d like to find out how the student prefers to learn and teach that way.
Prefer perhaps one on one but groups of ten max would benefit if they are starting out in the industry. I spent eight years working with cameras and lenses and have shot over 250 weddings bands and pets.
We have thousands of Film photography teachers online to help with Film photography lessons.
Find a Film photography teacher near me to help you or your kids with Film photography.