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What students are saying about Sean Arbabi and his course:

Nature and Landscape photography

Sean Arbabi

"Sean, I just saw your comment here from the 28th - you are the king of 1) building community and making people feel comfortable to learn and try new things and 2) the absolute king of real (not patronizing) and detailed feedback. Add that to being able to explain things clearly and I would say you have to feel pretty good about your teaching! Thanks for a great four weeks - it went by too quickly - so much to learn and practice. "

Susan Byrne

"Sean, I wanted you to know how much I've appreciated the very detailed critiques you've provided. They gave us specific changes to make to improve each of our images. And while you've been very supportive, I actually am glad you didn't bestow the "Perfect Picture" accolade. I know some instructors like to do that, and it's great to get one, but in past courses I've found myself so yearning to have one of my pictures called a "Perfect Picture" that I haven't experimented enough, haven't taken enough chances that would help me grow and learn. No matter how good one of our images was, you always had helpful suggestions for doing it differently, if not better. That was quite helpful."

Edens, Janice L

"I would like to second that. Your feedback is quite constructive and detailed. I was just teaching a seminar on 'Formative Feedback for the Adult Learner' and the issue of gratuitous feedback came up quite a bit. People like the detail and the constructive comments to help improve what they are doing. I know the feedback has been helpful to me and I was able to incorporate it into the assignments over the four weeks."

Byrne, Susan

"Sean, Thank you for a great course. Really enjoyed reading the lessons and the content focused on the most important ideas and techniques regarding nature photography. Your critiques and comments were especially useful and I'll be constantly referring back to them in the future. Now I can extend the course by studying your nature photography book."

Jim

"I appreciate your way to analyze our shots deeper, better than some other instructors do. When I read your critique, I feel like you notice all the steps which I did, or did not, when I took that shot. That is what does those who have professional skill."

Rikhard Metsala

"I can't tell you how much I have enjoyed your course! This was, as you could no doubt tell,my first foray into using the controls for aperture and shutter speed. I thought the assignments were right on target and you have a wonderful way of critiquing AND encouraging us all to have fun. My only regret is that this course is over. Thanks for making my first online course a positive experience . I'm telling all my friends! "

Laura Heid

"Your (online) course was phenomenal. I would love to find another course or workshop with you. You have a skill for teaching and making this fun. You found a nice balance in technical details and practical use for us beginning shutterbugs. If you have recommendations or are teaching workshop in the Rockies I would certainly make an attempt to attend."

Jenny

"Sean - you are the king of 1) building community and making people feel comfortable to learn and try new things and 2) the absolute king of real (not patronizing) and detailed feedback. Add that to being able to explain things clearly and I would say you have to feel pretty good about your teaching! Thanks for a great four weeks - it went by too quickly - so much to learn and practice."

Susan Byrne

"Sean, I wanted you to know how much I've appreciated the very detailed critiques you've provided. You gave us specific changes to make to improve each of our images. And while you've been very supportive, I actually am glad you didn't (go overboard) - in past courses I've found myself so yearning to have one of my pictures called a "Perfect Picture" I hadn't experimented enough, hadn't taken enough chances that would help me grow and learn. No matter how good one of our images was, you always had helpful suggestions for doing it differently, if not better. That was quite helpful."

Janice Edens
 
 
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