$49 for a Three-Hour Photography Workshop ($400 Value)
Groups of 6–12 people bring their own digital SLR cameras to learn how to select a proper shutter speed in manual mode and about SO and F-Stops. Students should read through their camera manual before attending the class. The workshop takes place on select weekday afternoons and evenings, as well as weekend mornings and afternoons.
Steve Matteo Photography
Winner of several contest awards from the Wedding Photojournalist Association including photographer of the year in 2012, Steve Matteo still remembers his early days as a news photographer for a small suburban weekly, rushing back to the newsroom to watch the film slowly develop and a sliver of history take shape. Though he went on to tackle more exciting assignments and career changes—working at the Daily Herald, compiling images for UIC's yearlong City 2000 photo project, and photographing Princess Diana's visit to Chicago in 1996—one thing hasn't changed: the thrill of knowing that his camera has memorialized a story forever.
Today, Steve is equally at home shooting for Fortune 500 companies and clients such as Northwestern University as he is creating individual portraits. When he photographs a wedding, he uses the same ingenuity and photojournalistic eye that he honed while working as a sports photographer for HBO Sports and as a news photographer for the Associated Press. His wedding photography, meanwhile, has appeared in the Chicago Tribune, garnered a 2012 Bride's Choice award on WeddingWire.com, and won the 2012 WPJA Photographer of the Year.
89% of 62 customers
“It was a great experience and vary educational , and yes I would take another class with Steve Matteo.”
“Steve explained photography easily and did a great job in familiarizing the class in using their cameras. This was a great beginners class for people just trying to...”
“Steve explained photography easily and did a great job in familiarizing the class in using their cameras. This was a great beginners class for people just trying to learn the functions of their camera.”
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