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School of Visual Arts (Photography)
School of Visual Arts (Master's)
I run my own photo business as well as teach photography at a university. I teach all aspects of photography from a professional perspective with the teaching skills of an educator. I can teach you photography from basics to advanced as well as Photoshop, Lightroom and Printing.
I have a Master's in Digital Photography from the School of Visual Arts in New York City, New York and a Bachelor of Fine Art degree in Photography from the School of Visual Arts in New York City, New York.
My specialty is in the Fine Arts of the field. Practicing with techniques is important and will be learned but I also stress the importance of the art aspect, like composition, ideas, theories, and series work.
Can't wait to take you on the journey of learning more about yourself through the practice of photography! I run my own photo business as well as teach photography at a university. I teach all aspects of photography from a professional perspective with the teaching skills of an educator. I can teach you photography from basics… Read more
$50/hr if you meet at my office in Deep Ellum, Dallas, TX $45/hr for current University Students who meet at my office in Deep Ellum Group Rates can be custom created
Lindsey possesses the right combination of patience, communication skills, and industry knowledge, coupled with an easygoing demeanor, which make her an excellent tutor.
I look forward to working with her again in the future.
Lindsey is an excellent teacher who knows how to decompose the whole into manageable elements. The opaque camera becomes transparent, as if seen though x-rays. After our first session, I felt better armed to understand what was going on in that box and how to use it. Having the student practice each newly learned component, over and over again will facilitate rehearsing it at home. I also appreciate how Lindsey speaks slowly, articulates clearly, and helps the student linguistically walking her through the arcane imagery of photo technique. Her charts were very helpful, as well as her drawings on the white board. After taking pictures of a subject, she showed me the differences depending on how much light we allowed into the camera. Eye-opening! She was also very forward about showing me her portfolio and how she gets to take the best pictures of people through getting to know them and their unique personalities.
I enjoyed our session while learning: Masking, transforming, removing red eye, using paintbrush and making black and white adjustments. All basic stuff but very useful.
Lindsey tutored me for a number of weeks. She is one of the most talented, knowledgeable people I've ever met. She will not only guide you through the material but also provide tips that will help you get through faster and smarter. I highly recommend Lindsey M.
I absolutely love Lindsey's teaching style, her ability to deliver information in a way that I can comprehend it. I've taken many classes in the past that were over technical teaching me things I probably wasn't going to use to begin with. Lindsey's personal experience with photography, and her extensive educational experience makes learning from her a true joy, and very comfortable.
Very very grateful I was able to find her.
Lindsey quickly returns emails. Very flexible with schedules. Very patient with questions and encouraging. She is honest with time and arrives early or prompt to meetings. She is a great teacher and tutor. I recommend her to anyone who would like to know more about photography but doesn't have time for schedule classes or needs flexible scheduling due to work/life. She is willing to go on excursions to camera stores to buy equipment or practice shooting pictures and even come to the house to set up editing program. Cannot ask for a better person that is willing to do everything possible to see you succeed in your photography journey.
Wonderful - very personable, knowledgeable and great to work with. Much more than I excepted. Would highly recommend her.
Lindsey spent time with me today reviewing focus points, manual focus and metering. She is so easy to understand and really has an amazing knowledge of photography and post editing. I'd highly recommend.
Lindsey is an excellent photography teacher. She is definitely knowledgeable in the field of photography and is extremely focused in her teaching. She makes efficient use of the tutoring time she has with you and she is very patient with her students. I like people who stay on task and Lindsey does. She also had a very studied eye when she reviews photographs and pulls out the points that need to be focus on. You will be very pleased working with Lindsey.
I have been a student of Lindsey's for the past year, through continuing ed digital photography classes at UTA she has instructed and through Wyzant tutoring. I highly recommend Lindsey for assistance with general photography topics, software and hardware issues and specific photography equipment instruction and techniques. She is very patient and takes the time to explain things to ensure you understand and gives advice and hints and suggestions and critiques constructively. She really knows her stuff! She is very accommodating and flexible. She is easy to get in touch with and is very professional and timely in replying to inquiries. She is a pro who isn't stingy with her expertise, knowledge or time, and I appreciate that very much in an instructor/tutor. Call her! You won't regret it.
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Illustrator is for graphics. It's for designing simple logos, creating small promotional items, and laying out a postcard or business card. I use Illustrator whenever possible. I find it to be the easiest of the Adobe programs to use and navigate, as well as learn. In most cases Illustrator can get the job done, get it done well and with ease, which is important in all industries. I will not lie, there are times when Photoshop or InDesign will be needed, but if you're looking for a program that does most of your design needs, then Illustrator is the one. I personally use it for screen printing designs, business card designs, website graphics, promotional post cards and flyers.
The ultimate software for all types of photographers. Lightroom will import, organize, develop, export and manage your photos. It is like Photoshop and Bridge put together, but easier and more user friendly. It offers many things Photoshop and Bridge do not and will almost force you into a workflow that will help you in the long run.
Photoshop is a wonderful program that can take your images to higher levels of altering and composting or Photoshop can be a very useful tool for straight photographers, those just looking for color, exposure, or other slight changes in their images. Reducing red in skin tone, whitening teeth, or any beautification technique can be mastered using Photoshop. If you're a more abstract artists looking for ways to combine cool effects with vector art and text, this program is also for you. I happen to enjoy all forms of that arts with Photoshop. Sometimes I fix wedding images, sprucing up the bride a bit, sometimes I'm taking out objects that wont sell a house well, or fixing the lighting situation to help out those family photos. But I also love to work with the effects, making things look brighter, color penciled in, written on, distressed, old timey, etc. We can composite several photos together, fix a closed eye or simply make the grass greener. Whatever your need, Photoshop is capable and I can make sure that you are too. Not only can you learn how to do all these things, but I'll teach you how to non-destructively and show you many ways to go about it - either with the menu bar or through short cuts. We can learn as much as you want, at the pace you are comfortable with.
After receiving my Masters in Digital Photography from the School of Visual Arts in NYC, I moved back to Texas to continue my need to photograph the great outdoors. I specialize in digital photography, and love to help those in need of an intro lesson to their camera, or those who need more of an advanced lesson in lighting, color balancing, flash photography or portfolio help. My personal portfolio includes images from East Texas, the land, and its activities. I also travel quite a bit and seem to find myself creating mini portfolios of gardens and hotel decorations. From macro nature photography, to landscape, family portraits, and event photography I can assist you in learning everything about your camera, and the photography you wish to take. Its about a marriage between knowing your camera, understanding light, and choosing the right settings at the right time to capture your moment. I created my own online portfolio, have had several Gallery shows and teach at UTA. I can pretty much solve any photography problem you have, from camera, to computer to print and portfolio.
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