Photography By Jeannine Pelkey

Photography By Jeannine Pelkey

Best of 2019
1 employee
29 years in business

About this pro

I can teach you tips on taking better photographs, how to compose a shot, go over lighting, action, landscapes, portaits, low light, and photos in any situation. I have been a photographer for over 20 years, and hold a degree in Art with a major in Photography from Salem State. I also studied at RIT. I know all formats. Let's go out and take photos!  On location lessons. 

For my own work, I hang my work and sell it currently. I am also on the Fine Art Committee for the Topsfield Fair, and am a member in the Peabody Art Association and the Danvers Art Association where I do the website, facebook and instagram.

There is something photo worthy everywhere you go, you just need to see things a little differently, and be able to gauge what will make a great photograph. I can help you do that. 

Having a camera in my hand is natural, and I love it. 

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Danvers, MA 01923
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What is your typical process for working with a new student?

-Find an area they would like to photograph

-Have them bring their equipment

-Spend an hour walking, going over the camera, and enjoying using it

-Help the student learn to photograph different light situations, or sports, or landscapes

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

Studied at RIT and Salem State. I hold an BA with a Photography concentration. 

I am on the Fine Art Committee for the Topsfield Fair.

I am in the Danvers Art Association in which I do the website, facebook and instagram.

I am in the Peabody Arts Association in which I do facebook. 

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


What types of students have you worked with?

Recently I have taught a boy scout to use a DSLR to get his badge. He now owns his own and has been doing great work!

I also taught a young lady how to use her camera, went over lighting, settings, action, composition and more. 

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

Where they would like to photograph

What buttons / settings on the camera do they need help with

What kind of activities would they bring a camera to

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