Jakub Redziniak Photography

Jakub Redziniak Photography

1 employee
12 years in business

About this pro

I am a full time working professional photographer specializing in portraiture and event photography (engagement sessions, headshots, family photography, wedding photography, etc) 

I am not only able to educate about the technical aspects of photography but also teach the business side of things for those aspiring to make a part time or full time income with photography. 

I have been doing this type of work professionally since 2010. 

My portrait and wedding work can be seen on www.jakubredziniak.com and my landscape/travel work on www.wanderedge.com 

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Brooklyn, NY 11222
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What is your typical process for working with a new student?

A quick phone call or email to go over your current experience very briefly so that I can put together a plan on where to start. Based on your experience we may start with more theoretical classes before moving to practicing outside with other subjects. Once I know you have some knowledge of the fundamentals, how to change your settings, and understand why and when to change certain settings, then we can go out and have fun!

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

I have been around photography my entire life as my father was a wedding photographer. Eventually a hobby turned into a side-hustle, which later turned into a career. While my father had some influence on my education I am mostly self taught. I love what I do and feel grateful to have an opportunity to give back to those that share the same passion as I do. 

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

Hourly: $100/hour, minimum 2 hours for each meeting. You may bring up to one friend at no additional cost.


Save 10% - Pre-purchase a 10 hour package for $900 (must be paid in full) and use that time across 5 meetings or less

Save 15% - Pre-purchase a 20 hour package for $1700 (must be paid in full) and use that time across 10 meetings or less

What advice would you give a student looking to hire a teacher in your area of expertise?

Not all photographers are great teachers. Just because you see amazing images in someone's portfolio does not mean they will be able to explain clearly to you how to obtain such results. Look for someone that has great work and someone that you feel looks and sounds competent and educated on the matter. 

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

Set some goals. Why do you want to learn photography? What do you struggle with? Is it proper exposure, understanding the settings, capturing sharp images, using off-camera lighting/flash, post processing in Photoshop, making an income with your talent, marketing yourself? Once we know what your goals are we can break them down and tackle them one at a time. 

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