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Application for: Photography Instructor Freelance

The answers provided by you below will be reviewed in future interviews. Please take the necessary time to answer each question accurately. All fields are required unless otherwise stated.


PART 1: Schedule-related and general questions



A- How would you describe your goal as a Photography instructor?



 





E- Do you have teaching experience?

If you don’t have teaching experience, would you be available to complete an unpaid training of 15 hours at PhotoManhattan?


F- What’s the time frame that you are looking to teach at PhotoManhattan:






G- Select the times slots that you are available to teach courses at PhotoManhattan?








H- Select the days that you are available to teach at PhotoManhattan:









I- Are you able to commit to 10-week-long courses?

Explain below:






J- Comments:


PART 2: Photography and teaching-related questions



A- Explain what are the advantages of reflective readings and what are the advantages of incident readings respectively. Please elaborate.


B- In order to reproduce the image below obtaining the same exact tonalities:

1. What reading method would you use?

2. If for illustrational purposes, we say that this image was shot at F5,6, and your preferred reading method (stated above) was used, what would be the approximate reading on:

  

Note: Variations on tonality across platforms and different monitors will be taken into account when analyzing your answers.



C- In teaching a digital photography course for beginners, assuming that 1) Students have never used a digital camera and 2) Students’ purpose for taking this course is not necessarily to do professional photography but perhaps to improve their candid shots:


1. How would you best advise your students on using either of the formats below? 

JPEG:











Additional information that will need to be provided to student in order for him/her to start using this method successfully from shooting, through editing, to printing:


RAW:











Additional information that will need to be provided to student in order for him/her to start using this method successfully from shooting, through editing, to printing:



D- What Photoshop option/s, method or tools, would you suggest your students to learn for retouching contrast and brightness, and why ?




Is there any method you would you recommend your students not to use? (optional):




E- What remote and online tools and platforms would you use for classes? Please describe your experience, if any.






F- What's your experience with DSLR video?


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Please submit your resume and cover letter below.


PART 3: Submit cover letter and resume below


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PART 4: Compensation

Starting at $25-$35 p/h. Plus commission program.


PART 5: Submission

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