Photos By RustyCDallas

Photos By RustyCDallas

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13 years in business

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Photos by RustyCDallas

www.photosbyrustycdallas.photoshelter.com

- years of training in the technical and photographic world focusing on breaking the jargin barrier into simple, understandable thoughts.

- proficient in showing how to get the best image possible in the camera, leading to little or no post production time.  Time you are not sitting at a computer editing, you can be out experimenting with your camera.

Photographic Style

The lens should paint a breathtaking memory, properly compose so that the extensive digital editing is not required.

Rusty’s style resembles that of a journalistic photographer.  Photographs should each tell a story.  They should let the viewer relive the experience when viewed.  To the viewer that was not present, the photograph, or series of photographs, should tell the story of the moment, created a visceral and emotional reaction.

Enjoy working with people fairly new to photography and help them learn to create memories.  I enjoy helping them learn to use tools within their budget.

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Dallas, TX 75228
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What is your typical process for working with a new student?

My work with new photographers is mostly hands on in real world experiences.  Typically there is a handout of basic information, but mostly it is walking, shooting, looking, analysizing, and reshooting.

While books are great and a must to master the craft, most students need help with the actual shooting process.


How did you get started teaching?

I have worked as a trainer in most of my corporate world jobs and it kind of spilled over into photography.  As a member, then organizer of a large photography group, I always tried helping new phtographers.  The goal was to help them have fun while learning.


What types of students have you worked with?

Beginners and Intermediate Level.  I have helped people learn the basics, while keeping photography fun. 


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

Look for someone that is patient and provides constructive feedback.

Before taking lessons, learn what and where the buttons, knobs, settings are on your camera.  Yes, this is about reviewing the owner's manual.  Bring a copy of your manual, even a PDF on your phone can be helpful.


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

What type photos would you like to take.  


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