my teaching methodology is very practical.intially I start it from basics.
I have an interactive way of teaching where I provide my students with PPT presentations and assign practical projects which they have to execute on which I provide feedback with a view to providing them appropriate guidance in honing their audio visual skills.
I believe in practicality. Practicals matter a lot. I like to make my students visualize my perspective to build their own through live examples. Also photowalks will be a very important part of my classes.
All i will do is teach you the tools. This is a creative field. All you need a teacher for is to help you connect yourself to the art and see what you dont see. The art of photography comes to you with time and practice.
My teaching method is very simple. I belive in theory and practical both. But in this field practical is more valuable so focus on more practical. I teach the basics of Photography first. I focus on the technical aspects of camera. My assignments and homework are practical based. I help students learn what makes a good photograph.
Basics are the key, when it comes to photography, and when you seem to learn them its a little complicated but quite a lot of fun. Also how do click, frame, develop the pictures matters a lot, and eventually the better you think the better your shots look.
Firstly..i would teach my students the basics of photography... i would make them realize that gear isn't that important in photography... it's the person behind the camera... My teaching method involves a lot of practicals...and it's a slow and steady process..which will ensure a better understanding...
To teach perfect technic & then Aesthetics helps in growing artistic vision which ultimately helps to tell the story. I personally believe in "Kar Ke To Dekho", taught me by my Principle. This the My methodology of teaching Do it practically and practice makes you perfect,and you will get the results very soon.
I would like to teach photography step by step, from the basics to the advanced. I will give practical photography exercises to shoot & submit , which will be helpful for the student to learn & as well as the teacher can understand how the student is progressing.
My teaching style is more in the practical work and I teach you inspiring photo stories and photomaki g process
I explain from the basics of DSLR to Various features then I come to various keypoints of a photography and then discuss some of the tricks and hacks you can do with your Camera.
I believe in practical experience. First I take my students through fundamentals and ethics of being a photographer and then teach them photography with hands in techniques.
For individuals and small groups. Skill level : beginner, amateur, advanced amateur. Photography being a practical subject most teaching will be hands on. After the basics are covered, each session will be customised to the specific requirements of the student.
My approach is very simple you just have the zeal for learning rest is upon me. At any age, you can start learning so there is no age bar. become a pro photographer just using simple rules. come join and enjoy your learning with me.
My teaching method will be mostly practical and less of theoretical studies. Besides learning the basics of photography, studio lighting techniques etc you will also explore the creative aspects of photography & practice by taking up different tasks & personal photo projects (which will be evaluated).
I do not teach! I share my passion of my experiences in photography, beginning with the study of light and lighting as I believe that there is no photography without light. This includes studying different kinds of light sources, shapers, etc. How to conceptualize and light up subjects, their treatments, camera positions,etc.
I try to teach the basics of photography first (using Manual Mode) which is the most essential part and is often skipped. I teach it in depth and with general real life examples which makes it easy for the student to understand. After this I teach them what makes a photo different from ordinary.
I teaching methodology is quite different because I need to make up student with good knowledge so, I work on that. my idea is to be best in every photography.photograph sholud in given size and shape.
"It's never the camera but the photographer that is the instrument". In my opinion the gear doesn't matter. I can create exceptional and compelling images even from a Point and Shoot Digital camera. A true photographer is never restricted by the physical limitations of the gear. People who complaint about better gear aren't true photographer in my opinion.
I like to make the art of learning fun by engaging my students in the chapters they are studying. In my class, a student has to apply the things he has learned as a theory. It's more interactive and full of finding new ideas.
I believe in hands on teaching, without the need for expensive equipment or very technical jargon, I will walk you through most standard procedures and general rules, before expanding your skillset into more complicated and elaborate methods to display a higher quality of photos.
MY METHOD IS DIRECTLY REACHING THE CORE BRANCH OF YOUR PROBLEMS AND SOLVE THEM WITH YOUR IDEOLOGY.
Teaching experience centric.... Fiscussions are based in unique situations and how to use PR skills to get the best shot.... To be there at the tight time... The value of research before a photoshoot.... Tactics of making the subject friendly or in the mood you want to capture her....
Inspiration - Theory - Practice I would like to understand your connection to photography, experience and use. Inspiration is a constant driving force even at the lowest times. I give broad exposure to different approaches to and uses of the medium. Upon sparking significant inspiration I would proceed to the basics or at the level you are at.
i have ability to understand people problame and theach them in very simple language.i like to teach every type of photography.i am from jamnagar and now in ahemdabad. i have won 5 awards in wildlife photography.i love photographt way a did.
Will start with photography basics involving composition and types of photography. Next, regarding the equipment, how it actually works and different types of equipment. Followed by controls to understand while taking a shot. The last thing will be how to post process a RAW shot.
I generally emphasize my classes on the basis of importance of that particular subject in someone's life. From their I approach the intricacies and the overall details which the student needs to know about that particular subject. I believe in exploration and field work, so every student will get the opportunity to do it.
I do not have any particular teaching method, but yes I do adapt student's need, like how a student wants to get studied, and teach accordingly. I strongly beleive that to teach someone, the first task is to understand the patterns of a person and then connect.
I prefer to have practical classes through assignments in different areas, which will help you to develop your viewing as well as imagination power. Myself is a self-taught photographer. Need to read photography books and do lots of practical to get into the world of photography. Its a trial and error method. Of-course, there are some certain techniques-which will be given by me.
I just tell things from my own, no books. Every single class on a same topic will also be different. I emphasize on self-learning. For every level, there would be hands on targets. Now Notes, no books. Just a Camera, light and action.
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