St. Louis Central Library Architectural Workshop
With Photographers Richard Sprengeler and Matt Weber
Saturday, May 30th, 2020
9am – 4pm
Learn the art of architectural photography. Topics include equipment, composition, exposure, color temperature control, post processing in Lightroom and Photoshop, and an extended two-hour photo shoot in the historic Central Library in downtown St. Louis.
Photographer Richard Sprengeler is best known for his dramatic color images of the Arch and downtown St. Louis, which have been distributed by the National Park Service, published in The Story of the Gateway Arch and in St. Louis: For the Record, and selected by interior designers and business leaders throughout St. Louis for their corporate lobbies, conference centers and executive suites.
Matt Weber’s visual work explores architecture and industrial locations at night. His emphasis on large format film capture, digital scanning and digital output for large scale printing make him a knowledgeable source of both analogue and digital photographic processes. Currently, Matt works at Saint Charles Community College, Saint Louis Community College and Webster University as an adjunct professor in Art and Photography.
Workshop Limited to 15 People Complimentary Parking and a Light Lunch Provided
Members: $100/Non-Members: $125
To enroll call (314) 535-1999 or visit: iphf.org