We are service oriented and very knowledgable on photography. I have a Bachelor of Science from the University of North Alabama and a Bachelor of Arts from Brooks Institute of Photography both in Commercial Photography. My career started as a staff photographer for NASA 30 years ago. The majority of my business is high school related. Basically photos that go into their yearbook. I have been working with schools for over 25 years.
Photography is my passion and I would like to share what i know. I have a studio which I can teach studio lighting, portraiture and posing. If still life is something you would like to learn, I can teach that as well. My website is www.southwestportraits.com and I look forward to hearing from you. Herb
I love being able to create memories for my clients and I enjoy creating moments in time for me. Road trips is one of my favorite things to do so my camera always comes with me.
Herb is very knowledgeable and most importantly, is very patient with beginners like myself. I've only taken 2 classes from him but after the 2nd class I felt more comfortable with the camera and it's functions - which are many!!! I have a long ways to go but intend to stick with Herb until I'm confident with my understanding of things 100%. would highly recommend him for those wanting a 1 on 1 learning experience.
I prefer to talk on the phone first to see what level you are and what goals you want to achieve. Then we set up a time to do a class lesson. Afterwards, I will assign homework and then we will schedule a time to work together with your camera in hand.
I have a Bachelors of Science from the University of North Alabama and a Bachelors of Art from Brooks Institute of Photography in Santa Barbara. Both are commercial photography degrees.
My rate is $50/hour for basic classes. More advance lessons such as studio lighting or portrait photography will be $75/hour
I have given lessons to local high schools and helped with teaching a class while in school Also, I have mentored for photo workshops.
I work mostly with beginners and some more advanced students who wanted to learn more about lighting.
What is your goal with photography? What is your budget as photography can be expensive? What does photography do for you?