MemMaurice Photography

MemMaurice Photography

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I've been a photographer for over 20 years. I was the newspaper photographer in college. I teach students the principles of photography and encourage them to explore to develop their own style. I teach at my studio where I cover lighting techniques and on the field where I challenge my students to understand the natural light and outdoor conditions. I have created model's portfolios and helped other photographers create their own portfolios. I cover portraits, fashion, dance competitions, sports, architecture landscapes and studio experimental photography. I give each student as much time so they can understand and utilise the skills on their own. My IG is Mpela007 

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Old Bridge, NJ 08857
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What is your typical process for working with a new student?

Assessment of prior knowledge 

Determine the interest or specific area of photography.

establish goals, create an individual plan. I then create an individual curriculum to suit their needs

cover the basics and then explore the different areas of photography based on the individual curriculum we have developed 

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

College newspaper photographer for 4 years, NY photography Institute graduated, photography meet up instructor.

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

For individual / private lessons:

Each lesson is 1 hour $70 dollars. This include the use of the studio, studio lighting and studio equipment. (Not including cameras or lenses)

For group lessons:

each lesson is 1 hour $40 per person. Maximum of 5 students per group. It includes the use of the studio, studio lighting and studio equipment (Not including a camera or lenses)

Basic requirements:

Access to a digital camera

Basic knowledge of the camera operation (advance features will be covered during the lessons)

Access to a computer and a photography post processing software (optional)

How did you get started teaching?

I created a meet up group where several photographers meet and practice. The knowledge levels varied from very beginners to experts. I spent most of my time helping the novice Photographers and it gave me a great satisfaction to be able to help and teach the different techniques. I also have to go through the teaching process to friends that required help with their equipment. I also created a photography club at work and I was teaching my colleagues how to operate their cameras and equipment 

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