If You Have Any of These Traits, You Shouldn’t Teach Photography

Photography is one of those disciplines that tend to be learned in an empirical way. Therefore, it is very likely that if you are reading this, you could be either learning from somebody else or in the position of teaching anyone something valuable about photography. After 3 years of formally teaching photography at a University in my country, I’ve learned various things, and…

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Documentary Photographer, Writer, Researcher & PhD Candidate ∙

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