Creative Photography Summer Camp 1:1
Learners will be discussing and examining examples of different aspects of photography while being given fun photography challenges to implement what they learn in class! #creative
37 total reviews for this teacher
learner per class
$50 per class
Meets 3x per week
Over 1 week
45 minutes per class
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The only way to improve as a creative photographer is by taking more photos. But simply taking photos arbitrarily is not enough. We need to have a focus when taking pictures. (No pun intended!) In this fun and creative three day course, students will learn about various (non-technical) aspects of photography and will be given varying creative challenges at the end of each class as homework. This is a highly interactive class so students will be encouraged to talk during class, share their...
Learners will come to see photography as an art form within their grasp and they will finish the camp having completed four creative kinds of photos which they can add to their photography porfolio.
I took photography in college as well as supplementary classes at a local art school. While I learned how to develop my own film in a dark room, I prefer digital photography so much more! Because my college classes focused on black and white photography, I have a special appreciation for the power that both black and white and color play in a photo's mood. I have assisted a professional photographer to learn more about wedding photography but soon realized I prefer more artsy photography than taking pictures of bridal parties. I enjoyed hosting a casual and fun photography event over zoom last year and I take photos almost daily as a hobby. I have traveled to several continents using different quality cameras (point and shoot, DSLR and more recently my camera phone!) to capture the moment and am always finding symbolism and meaning in everyday objects. I strongly believe in these famous words: the best camera is the one you have. If you have the artist eye and a vision, that's all that matters.
At the end of class, a creative photography assignment will be given to challenge students to use what we learned that day. The focus of each homework assignment will be on the learner's creativity when shooting pictures.
Learners will be expected to have a camera to complete the assignments given. Camera phones are acceptable for this class. If a learner is able to edit their photos, any photo editing program can be used. If your learner is using a phone to edit, there are many free photo editing apps available and basic editing capabilities are often already part of the phone as a default.
2 hours 15 minutes per week in class, and an estimated 1 - 2 hours per week outside of class.
Specializing in One-on-One Tailored Classes (English and the Arts)
🇺🇸Lives in the United States
37 total reviews
74 completed classes
Hello! My name is Melissa but most of my friends & students know me by my nickname, Milan! What I Teach: I have taught more than 1,500 on-line hours specializing in both creative workshops and private English lessons (phonics, essay writing,...