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Jeremy R.

Dawsonville, GA
Starting at $100
  • Teaches students 16 to 70
  • Teaching since 2019
  • Teaches Beginner
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Jeremy R.

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Would you like to learn how to fly and drone and then take photos from up to 400 feet in the air? If the answer is yes, then I would love to be able to teach you what I have learned from the classes I have taken and the lessons I have learned that makes flying a drone easier and much more fun!! I own my own drone photography business and have obtained my professional FAA drone license, so you can feel secure in knowing that you will be taught by someone who is very knowledgeable about the rules and regulations when it comes to flying a drone! These FAA rules and regulations are to help keep you and the rest of the public safe, so we will be going over what you need to know weather you fly for recreation or professionally.

About Jeremy

Not only do I enjoying teach others to fly drones, I own my own drone photography business. So not only do I fly for fun and as a hobby, I decided to earn a living off doing what I love to do. I have worked very hard to achieve my FAA Drone Pilot License and to register my drones with the FAA so I

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Shayne P.

Buford, GA
Starting at $59
  • Commercial Photography from Southeastern Center for the Photographic Arts
  • Teaches Beginner, Intermediate, Advanced
  • Teaches students Male: 25 to 60; Female: 25 to 70
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Shayne P.

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Want to know how the pros get those spectacular shots you see online, on TV and in magazines? It's not as complicated as you might think once you understand the fundamentals of photography. I have over 30 years of photographic experience and I am super excited to share my knowledge with you! It's going to take some time and effort and lots of practice but the reward will be super satisfying. There is a whole new world out there just waiting on you!

About Shayne

I currently do real estate photography and video for a living but I also love photographing people and things!! I love landscapes, abstracts, color, contrast, etc. I find beauty in most anything and with my photographic knowledge and expertise, I know how to capture images that make people say WOW!

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Sandra E.

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Teaches Online
Starting at $85
  • Teaching since 2000
  • Teaches Intermediate, Advanced
  • Teaches students 18 and up
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Sandra E.

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I'm Sandra. I've worked with hundreds of photographers and designers – from beginners to the best in the business – and in print, online and video formats. I've helped them find their unique route to achieve their potential. I'm quick, honest, easy to understand. I inspire you, I show you steps and help you grow. I can certainly help with technical issues but my focus is on helping you see more – in your images, in your own ability ad in what is possible for you. In teaching college classes, my main student comment is consistent: "I will never look at anything the same way again."

About Sandra

If you just want to learn software programs or camera operation, go elsewhere. But if you want to learn to SEE and become a true photographer, Sandra is the coach to work with. Although software and hardware are certainly part of our discussions, software and cameras don't make pictures – you, your

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Michael
There are many people out there that can teach you to snap a picture, but Sandra will help you learn the process of how to create a photograph. That is her strength, along with a gentle touch and her vast experience of working with some of the best photographers in the business. I strongly recommend you reach out to her if you wish to become a better photographer.

I had the great opportunity to work with Sandra. As my photo coach and editor, her insightful suggestions to the way I was approaching my work helped me sharpen my photographic skills and storytelling. Working with Sandra was all about honing my strengths as a photographer but also opening my eyes to other possibilities of storytelling and the craft of photography that helped me overcome my inexperience when creating a photograph.
Fred
If your pictures aren’t packin’ the impact you thought (or hoped for) when you pressed the shutter, or, if you can’t figure out how to move to the next level, contact Sandra. I did. And, working with her is a very special and helpful experience.
While working with hundreds of photographers and their images, Sandra has honed an acute ability to spot the potential in you and your pictures. At the same time, she can clearly guide you on how to improve your vision and elevate your photography in a fun, friendly and nonjudgmental way.
Fulton
Think about it this way. Sandra has had dinner with Ansel Adams. She's worked in the White House three times as a picture editor. She was part of a team that won a Pulitzer Prize. She loves photography and she loves to look at photographs. And most importantly she loves to work with photographers regardless of their "level". You will learn about your photographs. You will learn about yourself. But don't be intimidated by her background. She is NOT one of those photography guru experts who try to motivate by tearing you down. She builds on where you are as a photographer. Instead of telling you that a photograph is no good she might tell you that "you should be doing more of this type of photograph." Whatever it costs to learn from Sandra is cheap. What you will learn is priceless.

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Julie D.

62 Reviews
Teaches Online
Starting at $40
  • Teaching since 2000
  • Teaches Beginner, Intermediate, Advanced
  • Awarded Photojournalist Photographer of the Year - 2009 from Professional Photographers of California
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Julie D.

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From the basics of camera operations to field sessions, creativity assignments to photo processing in Lightroom and Photoshop, and even starting your photography business, we work together to develop training to meet your photography needs. I am known for my patience with students and am committed to your best learning experience.

Do you just want a review and critique of your photos to help you improve? Ask for our discounted fee for this service.

About Julie

Photography & Business Photography - Be the boss! Take control of your digital camera. Tutoring sessions with Julie can help you learn the mysteries of digital photography, can jump-start your creativity, or guide you along your journey in photography, Julie earned the Photographic Crafts

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Judith Walsh
Julie is quite organized and presents the subject matter in a detailed but understandable manner. I am very pleased with our first session.
Shelby M.
Julie is amazing! Very good with a beginner photographer. She teaches just like the teacher she is! So patient so knowledgeable but very structured. She does not go into teaching me just winging it. I look forward to class every week!
Marlon F.
Off to a great start! Julie was able to get a sense of where I am and where I want to go. She brings a structure that is going to help me learn. Awesome!
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Jonathan Y.

5 Reviews
Teaches Online
Starting at $60
  • Teaching since 2013
  • Teaches Beginner, Intermediate, Advanced
  • Teaches students 5 and up
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Jonathan Y.

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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!

About Jonathan

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

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Diane
Jonathan is without a doubt a talented professional photographer / artist. Yet he has adapted himself to working with a novice trying to navigate a new digital camera before a big Patagonia vacation of a lifetime. Whether you are a beginner like I am or a professional photographer looking to improve your game, Jonathan will exceed your expectations. I like his patient and calm approach to my questions and after only two lessons I have already improved so much.
Jeff W.
I have learned a lot from Jonathan so far. He has been very helpful in helping me understand PhotoShop and Lightroom. I would highly recommend him.
Jeff
Jeff
Jonathan is a really good instructor. He has helped me out a lot so far with the different software applications to do with photography. I’m still learning, but every lesson I get more invaluable information from him.
I would highly recommend him.

Jason W.

Teaches Online
Starting at $40
  • Visual Communication from MATC
  • Teaches Beginner, Intermediate
  • Teaching since 2016
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Jason W.

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Fun and easy to understand. Photography is very hands on and I myself learn by doing. I will not bore you with a bunch of textbook info or history lessons, you can learn that on your own. We will focus on what your interests are and create fun assignments and images based on that.

I believe a good student/teacher relationship is one where they learn from each other.

About Jason

I've been a freelance photographer for over 10 years and a professional photographer since 2012. I have shoot everything from commercial to weddings and everything in between. I have taught small groups and run a photo club at a large corporation. I like to make photography lessons fun and help br

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Average Cost of Photography Lessons in Dawsonville, GA

The average cost of 60-minute photography lessons in Dawsonville is $81. While the exact cost will vary depending on the teacher, type of lesson, and location, you should expect to spend between $59 and $115 per hour.
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$64 average
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"Julie is not only knowledgeable but has a very good sense for how to teach. She will work according to your speed and understanding. Highly recommend for novice photographers who want to get started and feel overwhelmed with info and camera choices."
- Lowell
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"Cool guy who knows his stuff and fixed all of my problems. :)"
- Jim
Took Photography lessons from Giuseppe B.
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"Joy was very helpful and patient. She answered my questions in a very understandable and clear way. I look forward to future lessons with her."
- Anne
Took Photography lessons from Joy S.
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"Josiah is awesome. He develops an organized lesson plan with set goals in mind. I have learned a tremendous amount already."
- Garrett
Took Photography lessons from Josiah J.
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"Nick was awesome. Helped me choose the proper camera settings to optimize conditions and maximize the quality of the image. Educated me on controlling settings for various light conditions and depth of field. Very helpful and well worth the drive. I will definitely call on him again to fine tune what I've learned once I have a chance to practice."
- Judith
Took Photography lessons from Nick D.
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"Julie is wonderful. She explains the subject well, very detailed if needed, shares the prepared by her materials, always on time, answers all the questions, very pleasant to communicate to. What's great is that she doesn't make it complicated! :) but rather helps you to continue developing the love for the photography."
- Kate
Took Photography lessons from Julie D.
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"I have had the pleasure of taking several in class and online classes with Julie. Her knowledge of photography is top level. She can explain topics to me in a manner that is easy to understand and has answered my questions patiently. Looking forward to more sessions with Julie in the future!"
- Diane
Took Photography lessons from Julie D.
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"Joy was patient and knowledgeable."
- david
Took Photography lessons from Joy S.
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"I had a great time with Joe! He was very patient and informative. He knows how to work a camera inside and out and has a great way of teaching, where you can visualize what he is saying to make learning an enjoyable experience! A+ I recommend Joe completely!"
- Giovanni B.
Took Photography lessons from Giuseppe B.
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"We went over a lot of camera information in this lesson. Julie did an excellent job of explaining everything. I really enjoyed my class with her."
- Anita
Took Photography lessons from Julie D.
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