My teaching approach is very practical and visual. I encourage practical training in real life natural lighting situations and different locations. Photography being a visual art, I believe that being a mentor at your side to provide immediate feedback helps to cement the learning into your mind.
I learn that the best way to learn is do. My method is to shoot with you explaining why we're doing this instead of that. what are the other options and scenarios. Why this kind of lens. Why we edit this picture in this way. Which program is better to use...
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.
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.
My lessons benefit students actively looking to improve themselves in their given subject field, and with a passion and genuine interest in the subject. Private sessions offer the best experience as it means I'll have more time to interact with the student one on one. Workload will vary depending on the student.
My teaching methodology is to make everything make sense so no one is confused, I hope I can make other students feel comfortable talking to me and other students if need any assistance while teaching. I may not be the best teacher but please bear with me.
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.
I have covered many aspects of photography in my life.
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.
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.
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.
My teaching method is based simply on connecting your forever growing personality with the lens. You can be picking up your first camera or already years into your practice, I'm sure we can sit down and find out what's creatively blocking you, what camera suits you or the rules of creative composition.
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.
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.
Beginners always want to play with the camera. When we try to teach them all the parts of the camera and what each part does, this can be boring for many of them. So I always try to give them practical experience, actually taking photographs, while teaching them at the same time. I especially like to teach students triangle exposure.
I am more of a laid-back and responsive teacher. My usual method is to provide a brief explanation, then have my students conduct some of their own experimentation. From their results I can then provide a more in-depth explanation of their results, and how to effect the changes they want.
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.
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 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.
I base my teachings on a one to one base. Photography is more than just taking a picture. It is an art, a philosophy to see the world in a new and exciting way. Telling a story without using words.
My teaching method is finding out specifically what my pupil wishes to learn and base the lesson and teachings around that.
My teaching method is to produce video recorded lectures, units, modules and courses for Tutors in Schools, Colleges and Universities. This project seeks to transform valuable knowledge and information provided in a lecture format into digital video format which can then be stored, enhanced and transmitted for multiple broadcasts to a variety of classes and in different locations.
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 structure is very casual and can be picked up by anyone. I taught my mum who is not tech savvy at all and now knows how to use DSLR. My teaching method is as simple as it gets for anyone.
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.
I began teaching photography while I was living in Mexico City and held positions in two of the country’s most respected photographic institutions. Giving classes and courses on technical aspects such as lighting and software, and also artistic aspects like story telling and personal style.
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