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Speaks English, German
Teaching since 1995
Teaches students 5 and up
I can't really talk too much about how other teachers work, and also don't want to. But I know I have and always had many happy and successful students. From kids, adults, professionals, hobbyists to people who retired and finally have time to fulfill a life goal.
Hello Students, Parents, Grandparents and all the other happy people. :) Just send me a message if you are interested in taking lessons and we go from there and figure out what goals you have and how we can take it from there. I teach kids (my youngest was 4 years old when we started), adults, pr
I can truly say he is one of the best teachers / tutors out there. He is not only super patient but puts so much heart and passion into the lessons.
I know he is mostly super busy but if you have the chance to take lessons with him, I would say GO FOR IT! :)
Teaches Beginner, Intermediate, Advanced
Teaches students 14 and up
Teaching since 2018
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My name is Ingo. I am a published photographer located in Los Angeles. I managed several campaigns for international fashion brands. I specialize in fashion, product and head shot photography.
I will teach you all the tricks you need to know to get the perfect shot. I prefer
hands on with your or my equipment. You are always welcome to bring a friend to model for our lessons as well. It can be a friend you would like to practice on.
I can help you understand your camera settings, when and where to use them.
Just ask me if you have any further questions.
My name is Ingo. I am a professional photographer based in Los Angeles. I would like to teach you everything you need to know to get that perfect shot. My lessons also include how to deal with high potential clients, how to work with modes and how to set a scene for your photoshoot. I can also help
Awarded Voyage Air Guitar VAD-06 from ASCAP
Teaching since 1996
Teaches Beginner, Intermediate
iPad Pencil (Procreate), Pencil, Lines, Shading, Tracing, 1, 2 and 3 point perspective. Self portraits and still life. Gestures are also a fun way to get the fingers moving. Landscapes and cartoons or comic features are an option based on the students requests as well.
Also love mash ups and daily requests or challenges!
TakeLessons.com Instructor since it's inception, Jason M. is available for in person and online lessons worldwide leaving no stone un-turned! Jason has been playing guitar for over 20 years, ukulele, bass, banjo and keyboard for over 10 and teaching music in general since 1996 and professionally
Three Stars for technology.
Patient, knowledgeable, easy to work with.
Did I say patient?
A fantastic ear and knows what I need to accomplish.
In time, Jason will help me master my goal and in time to jam with friends this summer.
Speaks Spanish, Cantonese, Mandarin
Teaching since 2014
BA Sociology from University of California, San Diego
Hands on instruction on manual camera settings (ISO, aperture, shutter speed, white balance, etc.). Framing the subject from different angles. And most importantly, how to see light the way your camera sees it.
I am a graduate of UC San Diego (bachelor of arts, sociology) and UCLA (master of public policy). As a child of immigrant parents, I value diversity and love learning languages. I read, write and speak Spanish fluently, and have intermediate command of both Cantonese and Mandarin Chinese in reading
Teaching since 2007
Awarded Emmy Award for the First Season of The Simpsons from The National Academy of Television Arts & Sciences
Teaches Beginner, Intermediate, Advanced
Whether your interest is traditional or digital art, I work with you to draw out your highest potential.
Learn to 'See What You're Looking At' and discover the story YOU want to tell.
Please see some of my work on my profile page.
As an Emmy award winning animation artist with 27 years in the animation industry, I founded the non profit, EDU DESIGNS, to bring the arts back into schools. Check out my blog there for more information. I created the first Art Textbook to reference Math Standards to help teachers without an ar
Speaks Spanish, American Sign Language, English
Awarded Dedicated Service to the Arts from Henry For Music, Inc.
Teaches students 1 and up
Bring your digital camera and let's explore different ways to capture your subject's story.
I am in love with the Creative Arts and enthusiastic about introducing it to others. I currently am a Teaching Artist of Basic Music Theory, Baroque Flute Recorder and Flute. I participate in my local community by engaging as a booking/media/communications artist and teacher for non-profit Henr
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