I believe that, with photography, the best way to learn is to practise. So most of the lessons should be going out there and taking photos of anything that catches your attention, understanding in the process how to use all the features that your camera offers. And then the next lesson should be what comes after that in a photographers work: organise, filter, choose the right files, edit them, export ect.. I have a rather strong knowledge in the use of Adobe Lightroom and Photoshop and can help you discover, understand and use all the artistic possibilities that are offered through these editing softwares. This is how I would personally teach photography, but I am open to adapting my method to the needs and the preferences of each person.
I am a second year photography student at the University of Westminster, and I have started practising photography about 6 years ago, teaching myself everything I could find in books, on the internet and through inspiration from other artists. I work with passion and dedication. Being hugely inspired by other photographers and film-makers out there pushes me to learn more, and I still have so much more to learn, but I can help other fellow photographers to develop their knowledge in this art.
You can check out my portfolio on my website right here: (concealed information) where you will also find links to my Instagram and my YouTube channel.
Also, I am perfectly fluent in French, so I can give my lessons in French, or English (or both :) )
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