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Speaks Russian, English
Teaches students 15 and up
Visual Communications from Los Angeles Valley College
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My name is Anabel, I am a professional photographer in Los Angeles, California. I photograph a variety of subjects, from pets to Grammy-nominated musicians, and everything in-between! I am well versed in studio photography and on-location outdoor work, and can help you learn to make the most of any location and subject matter.
Being self-taught, I believe that I have an entirely different approach to education; one that sits well with aspiring photographers, especially those that are disappointed in traditional (as in, college and university) photographic education. My teaching philosophy revolves around educating on the minimum and maximum capabilities of your gear and giving students all of the fundamental tools to create whatever image they have in their head (hence my lack of a photographic ‘niche’ in my work. When your camera becomes an extension of your arm, your subject pool is limitless).
In 2015, I had officially made my photography classes ...
Hello fellow students! My name is Anabel D., I am a professional photographer in Los Angeles, California. I photograph a variety of subjects, from pets to Grammy-nominated musicians, and everything in-between! I am well versed in studio photography and on-location outdoor work, and can help you
Teaches students 5 and up
History and Political Science from UCLA
A photojournalist and wedding photographer with 15 years of experience. Jonathan has a passion for teaching and loves seeing his students thrive. All ages
and skill levels welcome. Lessons are customized and catered to the needs and goals of each student. You'll soon have the foundation to take timeless photos or take your skills to the next level. Shoot me a message, I'd love to hear from you!
I am a professional photographer specializing in photojournalism, portrait, food, and wedding photography. I graduated from UCLA and have worked professionally in Los Angeles, San Francisco, and New York. Students can expect to improve week to week in their photography skills. Every photographer
I would highly recommend him.
Speaks Spanish, SPANISH
BA Applied Music: Piano & Voice - Departmental Honors from Hood College for Women
Abstract art, to be really effective, usually comes about when an artist has mastered all forms of realism and representation and is ready to push the envelope. The artists then can expand their vision to see real objects and scenes as a microcosm in a macrocosm or vice versa. Therefore, I teach realism first and then expand to abstraction.
As a child I watched from the doorway as my older sister took her piano lessons. From that experience I taught myself to play the piano. My formal training came in college where I received my BA in Applied Music in piano and voice. I studied classical music and opera from a visiting professor from
Patricia’s patience is very much a testament to her
Teaches students 5 and up
Bachelor of Fine Art from UCLA
Teaching artist Deron Cohen will guide you step-by-step through how to re-create an image in watercolor paint. Learn techniques and tricks!
I am a San Diego native and have shown my paintings extensively throughout San Diego. It wasn't until several years after I graduated from UCLA in 1994 with a Bachelors in Fine Arts, that I really tried to show my work in galleries. Most recently, my work has been in shows at Project X Gallery, Th
Speaks English, Spanish
Teaching since 2010
Teaches Beginner, Intermediate, Advanced
In my classes you can expect to learn both the basics and advanced material:
-Painting realistic skin tones, composition,using a grisaille and verdaccio, glazing, methods and materials of the Old Masters, achieving a likeness in portraiture, accurate color mixing and matching, the use and preparation of painting mediums, translating what you see or envision onto the canvas successfully and much more. I enjoy teaching people that are passionate about art, regardless of their skill level.
I am a classically trained artist and illustrator. I enjoy teaching people who are passionate about art regardless of skill level. I have exhibited widely in Mexico and the United States and also illustrated for magazines and books. You can see some of my work here : https://www.instagram.com/a
Teaches students 7 and up
Awarded Best of FSU Undergraduate and Graduate Films 2011 from Writers Guild of America
BFA in Film Production from Florida State University College of Motion Picture Arts
I have taken drawing since I was 4 years old at Kendall College of Art and Design in Grand Rapids Michigan. I have always been a keen drawer of illustration to portraits to still lifes. I can take you through the basics of each of these categories and challenge you to more advanced work as well. I have also worked as a drawing model for groups in New Orleans, and can model for our lessons as well.
Renaissance woman with a patient and inspiring ability to educate and pass on my knowledge of the arts. 10+ years experience with Video and Photo Editing Programs: Premiere Pro 2019, Final Cut Pro X, Photoshop, and After Effects. 10+ years experience with Photo and Video Cameras and Lighting
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