Yoga gurus in Schaumburg will find their fit at Club Photo Booth, though all experience levels are welcome.
Make the trip to this studio even more savory with a visit to their fine restaurant.
Parking is plentiful, so patrons can feel free to bring their vehicles.
So take some time for yourself today and come to Club Photo Booth in Schaumburg for a relaxing and calm yoga class.
What services does your business offer and what makes your business stand out from the competition?
Our new location caters to the demanding needs of professional photographers as well as those who are passionate about photography as a hobby.
Do you provide any materials? What should your students expect to bring?
Bring your Camera to the class
What was the inspiration to start or run this business?
We are proud to carry on Helix’s long legacy of providing quality products and exceptional customer service that Chicago-area customers have come to expect.
What do you love most about your job?
Our focus is to bring a new energy and level of expertise to the local photo community as well as online customers.
When self-taught photographer Phil Steele was first starting out in his field, he ran into a few walls while seeking more knowledge. Professional photography courses would have been a great place to hone his skills, but they were usually out of his budget. And though he found a lot of free information online, it was often bad advice or highly disorganized. So he cobbled together his own lessons using a mixture of photography books, online and DVD courses, seminars, and practice.
After about a decade of absorbing new things and working as a photographer, Steele realized he was in the position to create the type of educational resource he craved as a novice. He founded Phil Steele Photography, which offers online photography and editing courses and free tutorials. His courses range from event photography to Photoshop to Lightroom skills, and he teaches all levels.
Although Christopher Paul is a professional photographer, he doesn’t like having his picture taken. Since he knows what it’s like to feel a little uncomfortable on the other side of the lens, he spends his time crafting shoots that are as engaging and easy-going as possible for his subjects, whether he’s capturing family portraits, engagement photos, or keepsake wedding stills. Rather than working out of a studio, for example, he always shoots at a location of the subject’s choosing. He prefers shooting outdoors. People not only tend to relax outside, but natural light is far more flattering than that of a flashbulb. He also shows subjects proofs during as they pose, so they aren’t surprised by their final shots.
The shutterbug instructors at Shoot Like A Pro cement photographic know-how into their clients’ craniums through technical lessons and onsite practice. During workshops and excursions, students first learn to manipulate their own cameras, picking up tips about ISO, f-stop, shutter speed and composition before testing their skills during two hours of shooting time. Shoot Like A Pro’s events lend themselves to all types of digital cameras as well as to beginner photographers and more experienced students looking to refresh their skills.