Studied Photography at the New York Institute of Photography. Specialize in Portraiture Photography.
Teach photography in the community and schools.
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Love to share the love for photography and show people how to improve their skills and take photos like a Pro.
I have been teaching photography for 5 years now.
I teach the right way to take a photo right on the camera. I don't use Photoshop on my work.
Help the student understand the foundation of photography by teachingthe following concepts and techniques:
1. The Triangle of Exposure
2. Basics of Composition
3. How to see the light
4. Camera settings and how to use them
Studied Professional Photography at The New York Institute of Photography.
1:1 Private sessions or groups of 3-5 persons. I usually teach in the Winter Park, Maitland, Downtown Orlando area.
My rate is as follows:
1:1 Private Class (from begginer to advanced): $50.00/hr.
Group Classes: (1hr)$35.00/per person.
Private Photoshoots with models to Practice: $35.00/per person.
Sessions Schedules: Wednesdays 4-7pm
Saturdays: 9:00am - 7:00pm (last session at 6:00pm)
Sundays: 10:00am- 5:00pm (last session at 4:00pm)
After spending year learning how to shoot like a Professional, I noticed that a lot of people started buying professional cameras and expect to get professional results just because they have a camera, but they have no idea on how to use it. The reason, they don't have the knowledge on how to use a camera and the art of photography.
I decided then to share and show people to do it right. I teach at the local Libraries and at the school I work at. I also give private one on one classes.
I have experience working with all ages. From teens to adults. As long as they have a passion for photography, I'm willing to teach.
I would say that before hiring any professional photographer and not waste their time, they must consider the following:
1. Desire to learn
2. Passion for photography
3. Commit to the classes
Don't be afraid to ask. If yo want to learn, you must ask questions. There is no dumb question.