I am truly the definition of extravert so I love to be with people and photograph the beauty they ALL have! So teaching comes natural to me as I want everyone to be able to feel the joy when they get that aweseome shot using the skills they have learned from me.
I not only LOVE being a photographer but I love to work with students and see them learn to love photography as much as I do. When that "lightbulb" goes off and seeing the excitement and light in their eyes truly brings me joy.
Ms. Beth is a fantastic instructor and very patient. I love the way she teaches and is very knowledgeable with her craft. I recommend any and everybody to take her lessons.
Beth is an amazing photographer and instructor. Extremely knowledgeable and patient. Beth was able to tailor her lessons to accommodate my busy schedule. Her professionalism is second to none. I highly recommend Beth Moskal to everyone!!!
During the first private lesson I will evaluate their skill level and then come up with an acceptable lesson plan to improve their skill and work on topics they are interested it developing.
I have been a professional portrait photographer since 2011. I started my photography journey in 1986 when I started a photography class in high school.
I have had a passion for photogrpahy ever since I picked up my first Pentax SLR that my father loaned me for the first class. I continued my passion as a hobby until 2010 when I took an internship with a professional photographer while living overseas.
I returned to the United States in 2012 and I opened my studio here in Fairfax Station and it's been a blessing to go to work each day.
$60 per hour for private lessons. Payable a full month at a time to keep your time slot reserved. Make-up lessons available when student/instructor schedule permits.
Please note you can choose how many times per month we meet such as weekly, every other week, or monthly.
I will begin offering group lessons in Spring of 2020 for beginners that need to learn how to operate their dSLR and learn everything from composition to the exposure triangle. Please let me know if you are interested in group lessons and I'll put you on my waiting list. This option is more economical than private lessons.
I started teaching for some corporations that wanted to offer photography classes on site in 2012. I continued to teach at schools in Bethesda, Maryland for their before and after school programs. I have also taught classes at local REC centers and privately with photographers and that want to advance their skills.
I have worked with kids as young at 7 years old up to adults. All with various skills levels from beginning to advanced.
I love photographing kids of all ages. My current favorites are working with High School Seniors as they are so creative. But I adore kids too and one of my favorite annual events is photogrpahing a Father Daughter ball for military families.
Find out if the teacher is a good fit for your skill and level. Be sure to be specific about what you know and don't know. This way you and your teacher can be sure you are a good fit for each other.
Think about your skill level and be honest with yourself and your instructor. You are there to learn so having a good sense of self and where you are will really speed along the process for your instructor to get you to the skill level you desire.