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Thank you for working with me to create a customized photography class made specifically for your group.
Your opinion and candid comments are valued because they help me to make sure the class is as effective as possible and help me to evaluate if I’m doing a good job as a teacher.
Thank you again for choosing to work with me, I hope that I have helped you to be a better photographer.
- Could you please take a moment to let me know what you thought of the class in the “Leave a Reply” area below?
- If you’d like, you can use the following questions as a guide.
- What was your main concern about taking this class?
- What did you learn as a result of taking this class?
- What specifically did you like most about this class?
- What are three other things that you found useful about this class?
- Would you recommend this class? If so, why?
- Can you comment on Sam D’Amico as a photography instructor?
- Is there anything you’d like to add?
2 thoughts on “Customized Group Photography Classes – Student Comments”
Yours was an add-on to a three-day conference and, frankly, besides the networking with coworkers, your training was the best part of the week. Frequently, we naturalize people who live in remote areas served by weekly newspapers. I like to take photos of those people, and to e-mail them to the editors along with contact information. I’ve netted lots of stories that way, but sometimes, my photos aren’t publication quality. I have a great eye, I’m just not much of a technician.
Thanks to the training that you did, I’ll stand a better chance of even more success in this part of my work. (BTW, I thought your name was Tim!)
I was happy that Tim and Christian decided to add-on my training to your three day conference and I enjoyed working with you and your coworkers at the USCIS.
It’s a rewarding part of my work when someone like yourself let’s me know that they found found benefit in what was presented. It’s a big plus when it’s fun to boot!
To be candid, I’m not much of a technician either. Photography is a technically oriented craft however, you don’t know need to know it all. All you need to know is enough to do the work that you choose to do. You can always learn craft, no one can teach you to “have a good eye”.
I try to present my training in a manner that gets to the basics of creating a photograph. If you get to know the basics, you can build (or not) on that.
Here’s the good part! The basics are not all that technical. If I could do it, you can do it. I bet that with a little practice, your pictures will be “publication quality” very soon.
Thank you again for your comments.