8 Reasons to Take a Customized Fine Art Photography Tutorial Class

8 Reasons to Take a Customized Fine Art Photography Tutorial Class, Steve Giovinco

1. Teaching Approach

The teaching approach is to work together in a patient, engaging way; be supportive; and to learn by doing, usually by criticizing work or through learning Photoshop side-by-side.

2. Work with Interested Photographers

Passionate photographers at any level, from beginners, students to advanced professionals, are welcome.

3. Crafting Goals

After working together to craft a path—ranging from technical, creative, or just supportive—specific goals will be worked out.

4. Individualized Classes

Photoshop and photography lessons are individualized and customized.

5. Class Types

There are three types of classes: standard ones that cover a particular subject, such as landscape photography or Photoshop, and last for about ten sessions; those focused on one issue, such as how to put together a portfolio, and could last a few sessions; or just one individual extended meeting to help with one targeted challenge.

6. NYC or Virtual

I work from my East Village location; in-person “house calls” in the New York City area; or virtually, via Skype.

7. Background

I’ve over twenty-five years as a fine art photographer, and have exhibited my work in museums and galleries in New York, London, Italy, Spain, , the Netherlands, Canada, and South Korea. I have an MFA from Yale University and have been working with a range of clients over the years.

8. Passion for Teaching

I love teaching photography. It’s my passion.


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