Architectural Photography

Saturdays, 10:00am-Noon
May 11, 18 and June 1st, 2019
(Class not held Memorial Day Weekend)

Registration deadline: April 24, 2019
Buffalo is known as a city with beautiful architecture. Traveling around the city, it’s easy to see why. Working with professional architecture photographer, Matthew Digati, you will learn how to best capture these buildings – both from the outside as well as from the inside. 

The workshop will take place in both the classroom and digital lab and will include two group photo shoots on location.* The classroom portion will cover instruction on specific photographic aspects related to shooting architecture and in general, camera techniques that come into play shooting both outside and indoors. In the digital lab, students will learn and work in Lightroom, where Matthew will work students individually  on editing and photo selection with time for discussion and critical feedback. 

This is a great opportunity to learn photo skills that can take you beyond photographing our great buildings.

*Students will work with Matthew via email before the first class to determine when the photo shoots will occur. 

Price: $200.00
CEPA Member Price: $150.00

CALL (716) 856-2717 TO REGISTER.

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CEPA Teaching Artist: Matthew Digati

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:


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