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Tag Archives: photo critique
My goal for all the people who attend one of my workshops or photo tours is to make them better photographers. They have to pick up a new skill, learn a new technique or become more confident in their creative approach in my sessions . If they don’t, I fell like I have not delivered for them with my photography education experiences.
The question then becomes how do I know my students are learning from these workshops?
The simple answer is that I have witnessed the improvements in ability during my photography critique sessions. For the last three years I have held a monthly photo critique session with the photographers who have attend my photo classes. The proof of the success of my teaching efforts is in the quality of photography they are producing .
As an educator there is genuine satisfaction in seeing how my shared knowledge is learned and embraced. Having verification of the effectiveness of my teaching methods is rewarding. What matters most is how delighted I am in seeing the growth in my photo students ability and powers of creative expression!
The photo critique sessions allow me to offer my photo students feedback on the lessons they have learned in my workshops. The value for them is that they can practice on their own and then learn by presenting those results to the group.
The dialogue and freely shared insights of the collected photographer at these monthly meetings has been a true source of inspiration and a wonderful learning experience.
For more information about these critique sessions contact me at firstname.lastname@example.org.