My name is Jamin. email: (concealed information) Website: (concealed information) Here you can learn about how to use your camera perfectly. Which lens is best for your work. How to take photo with the best exposure. How to do compositions. Etc.. My teaching methodology includes 4 parts: 1.Theory and camera operation studies. 2.Practice and post-upgrade studies. 3.
My teaching style is geared to tailoring each lesson to the individual students needs. From an absolute novice who wants to take better family shots to an advance photographer that wants to up-skill in the latest techniques. I have access to a professional studio and models if required.
Hi Everyone, Thanks so much for stopping by, I LOVE teaching! Photography, editing & everything that goes with it.
My teaching method is very friendly, easy and interactive. Before I start a lesson, I introduce myself to new candidates and I become aware of their basic knowledge. I emphasize on practical knowledge rather than theoretical. While giving a group lecture or teaching individually, I always give the necessary examples and make things easier to understand.
I base my classes on fundamentals or photography, usage of DSLR camera and equipments. I then focus on the type of photography students would like to learn by offering a basic idea about each type. Some of the classes will be theoretical and others will be practical with planned trips.
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.
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 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...
I can teach any skills including (but not limited to); - basic camera skills (with a particular focus on using manual, aperture priority, and other modes) - basic drone photography skills (how to use a drone to take the best photos) - how to use Adobe programs to edit your photos - creating a photography portfolio - different camera techniques such as long exposure, freeze motion,...
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.
both theory and practice suitable for beginners and advanced students, no assumption of previous knowledge or experience. Able to adjust and adapt teaching methods for what works best for learner, both youth and adults learning styles.
My teaching methology is based on what you want to learn. We’ll go through the theory side of things behind the camerawork, and then practice it out in the open at the same time. Ie adventure time.
I like to teach in a relaxed less formal and casual manner using videos and presentations and where students can interact and discuss subjects as they require. Many camera and post processing techniques involve people getting hands on experience which this style of teaching suits best.
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.
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 teaching method is really simple. I try to teach basic concepts of photography and then just push them aside, because, at the end of the day, your creativity is what that matters. I like to give small assignments around the place of living to teach people how any everyday object can turn into a beautiful picture.
My name is Gerard and I am an enthusiastic teacher with a bachelor of arts in screen production and photography, who is willing to take on photography students of all experience levels. I tailor my lessons on what the student is wanting to learn about. I have experience tutoring students through the Mentor Me program at Murdoch University.
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.
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 teach photography based on the images you bring to show off your skills, as well as the capabilities of your camera.
Believe it or not, photography is pretty easy and really comes down to having a good understanding of all the basic rules. Photography is also very systematic and as you progress you will find yourself repeating your successes over and over.
My teaching method is very casual. I like to first ascertain where the learning is most necessary and work from there. Students are not alike beyond the surface, and teaching and communication needs to be tailored to suit. Also, given the landscape of photography, no two photographers are the same either (students or accomplished artists).
My lessons are usually very media & technology based. I love to involve my students in the learning process as well. My philosophy is that everyone is entitled to Learning. My teaching methods are inclusive and also provide students with clear understanding of the topic being discussed and learnt .
My teaching method is to work from the basics through to more advanced techniques. Learn the basics of how to operate a DSLR, using a variety of settings and techniques. After in-camera techniques have been mastered, learn about the wonders of photoshop and post proessing.
We start with the fundamentals. Firstly you must understand what a camera is with a quick history lesson on it's technological advancement from film to today, then we put the theory into practice. Once you become adapted to the knowledge behind how cameras work we can now move forward and practice how to achieve the right lighting.
When it comes to creating pictures and when it comes to developing them with the computer, I take a hands-on approach to teaching. With photography tuition, we go out on location and we discuss the basics whilst trying stuff out so that the concepts can be cemented in with hands-on experience. You get a laminated cheat-sheet to take home once you understand the concepts.
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.
I am open to teaching methods but lessons would most likely be in the form of pdf documents, videos, photos, online teaching platforms and groups, etc.
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
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.
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