With a warm welcome, you will soon free your creativity, have fun, get the best grades possible with encouraging, inspiring, very experienced, fully qualified Art and Photography Teacher in a relaxed, informal atmosphere.
My method is to get to know the individual out in the real world in different photographic scenarios, such as Portraits (working with a model) busy city environments (trying to find the perfect composition) Street photography (asking strangers to have their picture taken) and really just learning to love photography.
I have been working with photographers of all abilities and I have developed a teaching programme that encourages creativity. It's not about what camera or lens you use, it's about developing your vision, the way you see the world and the way you translate that vision into fantastic photographs. I like to work one to one or in a group, I also do distance tutoring via Skype or email.
Being new to tutoring I don't have a specific method for my teaching, what I am aiming to do is pass what knowledge I have on to the students. I will look back at a lot of my past university projects and assignments to help with the topics of what I want to teach them.
I manly specialise in university preparation and A-level student help. At a pre-university level it is best to let the student explore lots of different options until they can settle on the approach that works best for them. Once they have discovered their style, that is what you base their professional portfolio around.
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.
The US Navy Seals spent hundreds of millions developing learning techniques to train their special forces soldiers faster. I've taken these and adapted them for photography so you can learn faster and more easily. I now know for certain that photographers/ artists aren't born, they're made. And I use a unique teaching methodology to ensure that you maximise your potential.
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.
My teaching method works by identifying gaps in your technical and aesthetic understandings and filling in those gaps on a one to one basis, allowing you to achieve that which is alluding you. Communication is key. The genre of photography is vast and understanding where you want to take your photography is key to finding the correct path to take.
My teaching method is: Summarise the 5 crucial elements of what makes a good photograph at the beginning of each class to refresh the students memory; then assist in any areas of difficulty such as creating an idea for a photoshoot, or any help involving digital media eg photoshop, or even with more theoretical assignments such as an essay or project evaluation.
I'm a practical teacher I would go out on field trips to improve your photography skills and pushing your creative spark. Encouraging you to trust yourself and see life through a lens. Showing tricks to improve your photography and work faster.
My classes are focused on improving the past experience of the learner and, if there is none, creating a strong basis for beginner photographers. My teaching method involves examining various examples of professional and personal photography and extracting the rules used which were applied during the creation of the image.
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 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.
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 tailor my teaching to the needs of individual students, with clear explanation and demonstration with little use of jargon. I am keen to inspire students as to what hey can achieve while giving clear advise on how to do it.
Photography is the most democratic of creative tools. I will help the student find their 'eye', develop a belief in themselves and the value of their unique perspective as an artist or journalist. The first conversation I have is about what the student wants to do with photography, where they want to develop their skills and for what purpose.
Teaching methodology is very practical based (for obvious reasons) but both theory work and post production classes will be more tutorial based with the options of trying it out afterwards. Small assignments are set in between classes in order to continue learning and gain skills.
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.
I would love to help other aspiring students with their GCSE's, BTECs or A Levels. I can assist with analyzing photographs, shoots and photographer research. I am very analytical so you can even send me essay titles and briefs and I can help via email as well as assisting with technical camera work.
I can give lessons to students currently studying in their GCSE's and A-Levels. They way I provide lessons is mostly by giving online detailed feedback and also step by step tutorials.
I prefer teaching younger children as this is where I have the most experience. My teaching method is very laid back - I also teach singing to a group of 35 young children so am very relaxed and patient! We can work together to find what works for you.
l will give lessons to any student who wants one to one help with thinking in a creative way, l will give you reasons to look beyond what the camera sees, it will involve lots of various locations with a big input on composition and lighting.
I normally concentrate on the 30 70 rule with 30% being theory based and the remaining 70% practical. Dependant upon the experience and capability of the student I will tailor the lesson to match.
I base my classes around lights, camera, and action. I will tailor our session depending on your existing skill level. Hobbyists to Professionals welcome, I am a friendly and colorful creative who likes to have a laugh whilst teaching. ** DSLR Camera Owners (preferred but not essential) I believe seeing is believing.
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.
All lessons are designed to be as hands-on as possible so that you can come away with the confidence that you have tangible skills and knowledge that you can use as a hobbyist portrait photographer, or as a professional photographer looking to broaden your skill base and style of shooting
Training on the field away from boring classroom lessons, taking pictures together. You can check my portfolio at instagram @serdalguzel Free first lesson and photographic career consultancy. You can also learn about digital marketing, videography, social media, presentation design...
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.
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