I use a multitude of teaching methods. Each session is tailored to the learners requirements, be it a one to one or group session. Photography requires a experiential learning approach. Learners are introduced to the relevant skills and then apply the gained knowledge through practice, evaluation and development.
I can teach from entry level for students that have never held a camera, up to Level 3, the equivalent of A Level or Foundation Diploma. I often work with a social teaching style, letting the students lead the direction of the class whilst acting as a facilitator for the needs of the individuals in the groups.
I am a very friendly, open, empathetic and patient individual, who knows exactly what the current educational pressure can feel like, and so I personally aim to teach in such a way that calms, prepares and motivates you to produce the best quality work as possible! My teaching method is to always encourage you to express yourself and your passions within your work.
I will teach you what the settings on your camera are for, what they do, and how to use them to your advantage, by going through them a stage at a time until you are confident in using them to achieve fantastic results.
The initial idea is to start teaching the very basics of photography... A bit of theory but absolutely needed to better understand how a camera is working and how to use it at its best. To make it more enjoyable, there will be no classroom and lessons will be given on the field while practicing with the camera in your hands.
Photography may seem easy. It's just aiming a camera and pressing a button right? Wrong. To get that award-winning photo you must consider multiple aspects, such as the lighting, composition, focus of the photo, and many others.
My teaching method is brainstorming and team working, based in my own experience as student. As many of you I've been studying the vast majority of my life. I am a Master in Art Research and Production, previously I studied a Visual Art and Design Degree. My lessons aim to be creative and enjoyable.
I am kind, caring, passionate about my subject and am a tutor who strives for their student to do the best they possibly can, whilst developing the skills they need to achieve their potential grade. I aim to build confidence, whilst allowing the student to express their own individuality and help them achieve the best grade they can.
I love for people to learn at ease, where they feel comfortable to express themselves so that together we are able to achieve the results we want. I also enjoy teaching in large groups. I always want my students to be open about what they need help with or what they may not understand.
I’ll help you think on your feet, I’ll teach you how to compose a good image, I can’t teach you to be a better photographer, but I’ll get you on the path of being a better photographer, I’ll teach you photographic manipulation and how to think outside the box.
Gradual introduction into Photography, what area you would like to focus on. Your end goal, editing, tools accessible to you, how to build a social media platform.
I will be patient and give you tips. Be here for critical feedback from an un-biased point of view. And will give advice. Lessons will be structured based on everything you need to know from beginner level to degree level.
My teaching method for photography is teaching GCSE students on how to take photographs of certain things and which camera settings to use. I will also give lessons on how to do basic photoshop as well as what camera equipment to use for certain photographs.
How to do make your life easier. Testing beauty products and trying beauty hacks. Fashion advise, discussing trends.
My teach methodology will be theory and mostly practical. Both are needed to know the ethic and procedures on photography. Social media has gone beyond the terms and conditions. And with the theory we will see the “Do” and “Don’t Do” to avoid troubles.
Im more of a visual person and like learning to be kept interesting and fun, so when coming to teach you guys I'm going to do the same so its not boring and you enjoy it more! I hope you guys want to enter the world of photography!
I teach mainly to let you explore your own way of doing things, and with a guiding hand from me you will be able to effectively create your own stunning portfolio. A typical lesson structure would consist of, going through photo ideas and previous portfolio work + any assignments that you have completed.
I like to teach in a fun engaging way with the students. I prefer they see me as one of them so they feel like they belong there.
There are many different topics to choose from, I start from scratch of where photography came from up to knowing how to take images and use a camera and throughout I will teach different types of photography
I merely want to pass on my skills & knowledge in the photography aspect, as I find it so easy to take outstanding photos & I’d love to show others just how they can as well.
Practical experience and learning from the best people around the globe is what I take my aspirations from. I also believe in learning from idead put out by people.
teaching through trying mainly for GCSE level but also for beginners or anyone wanting to learn how to photograph.
I can give one to one and group lessons depending on the need of the student. I try to create a fun and productive learning process and be as flexible as I can according to the aim of the pupil.
After graduating in Design at University for Creative Arts in 2017, I have surrounded myself by professionals in creative arts. I used to tutor in photography and love to pass my knowledge forward.
I adapt and change all sessions in relation to the students needs. I will always motivate my students to the best of their abilities and want them to achieve their best possible outcomes.
The first step towards a successful photoshoot is having great backgrounds and props. Now, I use these words interchangeably, because my photography style is more minimal and ingredient-focused. Smaller props like spoons and plates are useful in many situations, but I’ve found that you can create a variety of photos using minimal styling.
Personal model: Incorporates blended teaching styles that match the best techniques with the appropriate learning scenarios and students in an adaptive format.
I will ask you on what you would like to focus on and want help in. A topic or task that you do not understand - I will help to break it down to you. The meanings, the theoretical and practical sides, how to do a certain thing such as take pictures in the right settings in a camera etc. I will break it down, depending on what you find difficult and will help you understand and love it.
I tailor all of my lesson plans to the individual and have experience in teaching people with ADD and Dyslexia. I have taught from ages 11 to 65.
I love to put a storyline or a certain plot behind everything I do, as for me motivation is key. Unless one knows why exactly they are doing something they will never be motivated and good enough in what they are trying to achieve. Therefore, it is essential to ask yourself why you want to do what you are doing.
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