I cover everything you need to know in presentations and hands-on instructions to help you see and understand the concepts. I cover the fundamental aspects of your camera, shooting in manual mode, aperture priority, shutter priority, and program modes. As complicated as it all sounds, I will simplify the process to four things you need to remember about your camera: Aperture, Shutter Speed, ISO, and White-Balance.
I decided to follow my passions and moved from printing to photography as my new profession in 2007. I started perfecting my niche in real estate and architectural photography and was getting noticed after a few years. My background in lighting and studio photography allowed me the opportunity to produce images of magazine quality for my clients, and by 2014 I was actually making more money with my photography that I could have ever made in my previous profession. I would like to sincerely thank those who have supported me and allowed me the opportunity to earn their business.
I will help you too enhance your creative vision and create extraordinary images. I like to first find out ereas of particular interest that you would like to concentrate on. I cover the basics of how to use your camera more creatively and mastering its functionality, and also getting creative with lighting. I believe that learning photography is quicker hands-on rather than lengthy presentations. We will cover camera operations, composition, and lightinG
I taught photography at the Dotson School of Art, the Community College of Baltimore County, and presently run the Photo Workshops in Baltimore. I make my living doing architectural photography at Wolk Imaging Wolkimageing.com
My standard price for working one on one with a student is $45 an hour.
Teaching photography at the Baltimore Camera Club and then moved on to teaching at the Community College of Baltimore County. I now run a series of photography workshops in Baltimore called the photo workshops
I have worked with both beginners and advanced photographers.