Kaleidoscope Photography

Kaleidoscope Photography

5.0 (1)
2 hires on Lessons.com
6 employees
2 years in business

About this pro

Hello, My name is Leo, and I am the lead photographer of Kaleidoscope Photography. I have such a passion for photography that in 2019 I started sharing my knowledge.

With one on one lessons, we start from your skill level and go to where you like to go at your pace. I have taught and mentored a variety of students. 

As your mentor,  I provide practical exercises and insight that allows you to photograph with your special touch, and help you stand out from everyone else with a camera.

We have different packages for you to choose from. From online mentoring to hands-on portrait sessions where you and I will practice with live subject/s. 

If you don't have a camera yet that is totally fine! I have both, Nikon and Canon cameras for you to practice on as well.

Today, we are consistently published and travel out of state for photography. I currently do live Q&A, Behind the Scene live videos, and create styled shoots all to educate those who want to dive into photography. 

If you want to see immediate improvements in your work and workflow, please message us today, and we can learn more about you, thank you,

All the best,

-Leo Williams

P.S. For all the bonus tips and lessons, our Instagram is instagram.com/leoslifestylephotography

Seeing how quickly someone applies the knowledge they gain. You can literally see a same-day improvement. This fills me with Joy due to their excitment and motivation.

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Credentials

Peoria, AZ 85345
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1 Review

5.0

  • Alexis Martinez

    My experience with Leo so far has been amazing! We have only had one class so far, but I'm very impressed with him and plan to continue taking classes with him. Leo is extremely knowledgeable and explained everything in an easy way to understand it. I truly feel that he wants to help make me better in all aspects of my photography!




FAQs


What is your typical process for working with a new student?

The first step is to learn where you are and where you want to go/ what do you want to improve. Then we go through our lessons on how you are going to improve, then your action plans and weekly goals. 


What education and/or training do you have that relates to your work?

I am mentored by some of the best photographers in the world. My students have all been thrilled with their lessons!


Do you have a standard pricing system for your lessons? If so, please share the details here.

A lot of my students want hands-on training, and what separates me from a lot of teachers is being able to provide hands-on experience with real-world scenarios! An example is when we have a model to practice portraiture. We can break down an entire session together!

At the same time, some students are simply trying to learn about their camera, and we can easily go through learning the very basics of photography. 

Either way, we have pricing that fits all budgets, because we don't want anyone left out of being able to create stunning images.


How did you get started teaching?

I simply started giving other photographers advice, until photographers of all levels started seeking my advice. I love how helpful I saw learning could be, and decided to share my knowledge to those who want to advance thier skills!


What types of students have you worked with?

Many students. I have worked with children, moms, and dads, and even grandparents. As I am an active and passionate photographer myself, I am very patient and friendly, because I believe the essence of photography should be about providing an excellent experience for everyone!


Describe a recent event you are fond of.

Waling around downtown lately has provided not only real life scenarios, but amzing variety of photos as well!


What advice would you give a student looking to hire a teacher in your area of expertise?

Always remember that your teacher should be patient and going at your pace, not the other way around. I want you to be excited for learning more about photography!


What questions should students think through before talking to teachers about their needs?

Explain your current skills and more importantly, where you want to go. Your goals should always be the direction you are going.


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