One-on-one mentorships are ideal for those who want flexibility and personal guidance with their photography. Whether you’re at the beginning of your photography career, changing directions, refining your style or in a photography rut, I am excited to share with you, guide you and help you in any way I can. Since no two individuals are the same, all mentorships are customized to meet your individual needs. And I promise that during our time together, you will have my undivided attention!
ONE-HOUR PORTFOLIO REVIEW | $250
Includes a detailed review of 20 photographs and online portfolio. We will meet via video conferencing for one hour, at a mutually agreed upon time, where we will discuss, with questions and answers. We will discuss your online portfolio and as many of the 20 photographs that time allows. Possible topics of discussion: technique, lighting, composition, style, vision, strengths, and areas for improvement. Additional time may be purchased at $100 per 30 minutes.
ONE-HOUR SESSION REVIEW | $250
Includes the review of photographs made during a child or family photo session. We will meet via video conferencing for one hour, at a mutually agreed upon time. Possible topics for discussion: composition, style, session flow, shooting habits, strengths, posing, organization, processing, unedited photographs for technique, lighting and exposure. Additional time may be purchased at $100 per 30 minutes.
LONG-TERM MENTORSHIP | $200 per week, with four-week minimum
This mentorship is custom-designed based on your personal needs, desires and goals. Together, we will develop a mentoring plan, based on a pre-mentorship questionnaire. We will meet via video conferencing for one hour, once a week, to discuss homework, progress, answer questions, etc. Half of mentorship investment is due at time of booking with remaining balance due at midway point.
Possible topics for discussion (no topic is off limits):
· project development or review
· portfolio review
· session review
· photographic style and vision
· inspiration and creativity
· technique (lighting, shooting style, equipment use, composition, etc.)
· post-processing and workflow
· critique of specific photographs
If interested in private or small group mentoring or you have any questions at all, please email me.