Capturing Buffalo

March 28, 2019 | News & Press | By
Capturing Buffalo

CAPTURING BUFFALO is an opportunity for photographers by photographers enabling participants to learn, enjoy, and receive friendly feedback on images.

Single-day program to be offered twice, May 10 and 24, with a rain date of May 31.

This opportunity involves learning about one of Buffalo’s iconic neighborhoods, spending time capturing its details and character. By integrating historical context with the insights from a local architectural photographer, participants will gain more than images.  The emphasis of the experience will be on going beyond the obvious, to create images that intrigue viewers who may not notice what photographers see. Participants will receive feedback on several of their images from a CEPA instructors.  In addition, some of their images (with names included) will be posted on the Explore Buffalo and CEPA websites.  Some of the group members’ images may be chosen for the @buffalohomes Instagram page.

Capturing Buffalo is co-sponsored by Explore Buffalo and CEPA


  • Sign up for one date only (May 10 or May 24)
  • Program time: 8:00 a.m. – 1:00 p.m. 
  • Note:  Rain date of May 31
  • Program size is limited to 15 photographers per day
  • Tour meets at First Presbyterian Church, 1 Symphony Circle. Parking is available in the church lot, entrance on Pennsylvania Street.
  • Cost: $65 general public | $50 CEPA members

Matthew is a Buffalo, NY based photographer who has been working professionally in the industry for the last 4 years. His work primarily focuses on architecture, real estate, and street photography and has been featured in galleries in both the United States and Europe. He aspires to capture the daily lives and culture of the people that surround him. Through his work he tries to offer new perspectives about the world we all share and inspire empathy amongst others. Matthew was born and raised in Buffalo, NY and has a deep love for his city. He is a product of the Buffalo Public School System and later attended and graduated from SUNY Fredonia. His worked can be viewed on his website: www.digatiphotography.com

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