Morton Grove Visual Arts Lessons for Teens
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Speaks French, English
Teaching since 2015
Teaches Beginner, Intermediate
Hi! I grew up loving art, and then became interested in fashion and sewing during my teen years. After interning with a local Chicago designer I decided to go to university for apparel design. After graduating I had several jobs, one as a seamstress and most recently one at an embroidery shop where
Speaks Chinese Mandarin
Teaches students 4 to 80
Awarded 4th National violin competition from Poland
If you’re interested in learning photography – congratulations! Photography is a fun, practical hobby as well as an exciting career. Although learning photography does take a little patience, the rewards are certainly worth it. So, let’s start with the benefits of why you should learn photography.
- The ability to record special events like a child’s birthday, graduation or the family’s vacations with clear, focused well composed photographs.
- Never missing a picture of a special moment because you were searching for the right button or dial.
- Taking photos that you and your loved ones will enjoy displaying on your wall. By capturing your special memories in pictures, you can have a way to document and pass on these memories to future generations.
- Communicating through your photographs. A picture really is worth a thousand words! You can capture an expression that says it all. Or as we've seen in magazines like Time and National Geographic, you can shoot photographs ...
I am a highly organized, outcome-driven and motivated professional musician and educator with solid experience in the classroom. For the past 25 years, I have been employed with Amati music academy and seven years on the faculty of University of St Francis. I am very comfortable with all aspects
Awarded Member (Honoree) from Indiana Journalism Hall of Fame
Teaches students 18 and up
Teaches Intermediate, Advanced
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."
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
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.
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.
Teaches Beginner, Intermediate, Advanced
Awarded Second Place Photography Award from Leica International Society
Teaches students 10 and up
I'm a published pro photographer living in Seattle teaching all levels of photography and photo processing and printing. My focus is making it fun to get up to speed quickly and produce professional-level photographs.
Hello from Seattle! I love teaching! For more than 40 years I have been a professional photographer. I was the Team Photographer for the Washington Stealth pro indoor lacrosse team for three years, and teach photography at the Pacific Science Center, the Bellevue Club, The Leica Store, Glazer's Cam
Teaching since 2020
Teaches students 15 to 65
BFA in Photography from Kansas City Art Insitute
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I thrive in creating a friendly learning experience for each of my students that is personalized to their needs no matter the age or background. I believe one has to be versatile with people's learning style and capabilities so that they may enjoy the learning process. Everyone is an individual and will approach them as such.
Hi, there! My name is Jacob and I can't wait to meet you! I went to the Kansas City Art Institute and earned my BFA in Photography in 2018. When I declared my major in my sophomore year, I entered the department as the worst of my pears, my technical skill level was behind everyone. My background w
Teaches Beginner, Intermediate, Advanced
Teaches students 15 to 70
Teaching since 2006
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I have been shooting wedding photos for the past 20 years. I'm happy to share my experience and knowledge with you. I have a background based in the arts from my studies in Graphic Design.
I've been a Photographer and Graphic Artist for over 20 years. I have a successfull wedding photography business in the Albany area. I would be happy to share my knowledge and experience with you.
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