There is alot of conflicting information out there mostly because photographers don't mature enough to actualy teach other people skills that are not easy to teach and comprehend. Before I started teaching I went to many workshops, I had a mentor and I shot over 200 weddings. All these put me in many dificult situations where I was forced to adapt and learn.
I gave up my long career in project management to pursue photography and almost every day I wake up with a smile on my face :)
I've been teaching other photographers to become pros for over 3 years now and every single time is very fulfilling. I love to share and help yourself get better if it's to pursue a career or just simply take better pictures.
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Photography is fun and I try to make it fun for my students. First of all I asses the level of her/his knowledge and based on that we make a plan together. I don't believe in one fits all, especially in photography.
The most important aspect of learning photography it's just a lot of practice, probably more than anything. If you follow my directions you can't go wrong.
I run my own business as a wedding photographer. I was mentored by one the best in the industry and took master classes with the photographers curently ranked top 10 in the world. I'm obsessed with improving and I invest every year in getting better and better.
My rate is based on your requirements, I don't want to teach you something that you are not interested in unless it's very important.
It came with experience, the better I got over years I mentored several students from scratch to become professionals.
Beginners and advanced alike, all levels.
Find the best your money can buy especially if you are looking to become a pro. If it's just a hobby find someone with good technical skills.
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