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.
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.
My teaching method is to make the classes fun, hands on and following the KISS (Keeping it simple S...) principle. I strongly believe that the more fun you have the easier it is to learn. Photography is a hands on job so I will ensure the students will get as much hands on as possible experience as possible.
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.
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.
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.
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 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.
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.
My teaching method is based on sharing the knowledge I have acquired both through learned and practical experience as well as the experience gained by working with different clients. The lessons structure is usually dictated by what the student wants to learn and my first question to anyone is "what do you want to get out of this lesson".
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 usually base it on the level of current knowledge about photography, each one possesses, and plan a methodology based on it. This has helped me to customise the lessons and align it more with their expectations too. I would be starting with an outdoor session to provide insights on how light impacts a photograph, which I believe is the basic.
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.
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 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.
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.
My teaching method is to start at the basics and gauge how the students abilities to cater what I teach and how fast we progress. I will start with how to use a camera and how to use the different settings then progress though comparing a good shot with a great shot ect.
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.
Hayley has broken into her beginnings with the music industry with The Sphere Organisation as a musician who works almost every weekend. She plays arrangements of iconic Aussie songs, 80s songs and Top 100s as well as writes her own music. Currently Hayley is studying a Certificate IV in Photography & Photo Imaging and hopes to go on and study a Diploma of Social Media and Marketing.
I will start with -Theory -Practical approach and then assessing it against different examples. -Initially photographs will be focused upon however then editing softwares will be discussed in detail.
I tailor my lessons to appeal to my student's unique needs, interests and personality. I understand that each individual learns and processes information differently, and endeavour to present the topic in a way that engages my student's style. All my lessons include creative and practical learning components.
I love to talk; a lot. I always talk with people and know what their interests are and start teaching based on what they want to learn, so that the classes doesn't get boring. I start from the basics of photography till various tips and trick for professional photography. I have a package for you to understand better what will you be learning during the course.
Depending on each student´s level I show how important is to think and see before taking the picture. Normally I let the students take his or her own pictures and let them make lots of mistakes to correct them afterwards.
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