I love people of all ages and I keep things simple. Easy to learn. I have passion for my craft as well.
Love teaching how everything works together. Aperture, ISO, Shutter Speed. Composition is very important too. It's so fun and I love teaching it.
Kim is a wealth of information about photography! She is very easy to talk to, and great at explaining things. We meet at different parks in the Tampa area each week, and learn new skills to build on what I learned the week before.
I just had my first lesson with Kim, & feel like she taught me a lot already. She’s a wealth of photography information, & so easy to talk to. I’m really excited to continue lessons with Kim & learn so much more!
Kim is very good in explaining and showing how to use your camera and all about photography in a practical way.
Very accommodating with the type of pictures we wanted. Very easy to work with
Phone call first, get acquainted and go from there.
Over 20 years.
Worked in school system taking school pictures and in studio.
Worked for a company doing outdoor portraits as well. Weddings, etc.
$25.00 per lesson and you learn a lot and have fun learning. You set the number of lessons. I teach you according to your level of knowledge etc.
Looking forword to meeting you.
Oh, by the way, have taught young people and older folks too. If photography is what you want to learn, I am your gal.
Have fun shooting.
Have taught other classes like scrapbooking and have been told, I missed my calling.
Individuals have asked me how I got certain looks and that is where it started. My church has a summer program that involves all kind of activities and I was asked to teach photography to 4th and 5th graders. Have been doing that for years.
School students and older individuals who want to learn photography as well.
Super Bowl was fun to shoot with all the memorabilia in Tampa. Would have loved to been out on the field for that one. Use to shoot football games and many a sport for a company. So fun.
Think about what you want to learn and what area do you want to focus on...always a good start.
Sometimes it takes time to figure out one's style.
Make sure that the person you hire knows what they are talking about etc...
Know what your needs are, and what goals you want to achieve.