Upcoming Scheduled ClassesWhere Do I Begin? To start your photographic journey, please click here... Free 90-Minute Camera Workshop Take advantage of our free camera-buying service so that when you do buy a camera, you will make an informed decision. We will save you money! FREE WORKSHOP EVERY SUNDAY AT 12PM (HIGH NOON) . Photo I: A Seven Week Class The first class is FREE! Come, listen, then decide if this is the class for you. Photo II Keep the photographic learning going. Photo III and Beyond… Keep the learning going even more! Sign up for the next session now. Show Class Your work will be displayed this fall during the Ravenswood ArtWalk! Sign up now for this class that will get you on the WithInSight Gallery walls. Creating the Whole Image A new class for students who have successfully completed Photo 3 designed to help you succeed in both photographing and printing the very best images possible. One Day Workshop: Drips, Drops & Illusions Join us in a one-day workshop to learn to the basics of splash photography and create stunning images with items found in your home. One-Day Digital Boot Camp, Minimum 8 Hours FREE parking, DIVVY station across the street, bring a brown bag lunch Lightroom Boot Camp Setup, organization and file management using Adobe Lightroom. Detachable On-Camera Flash Shed some light on your photographs. Offered Tuesday evenings. Sign up now!! 5-Week Close-Up Photography Class This flexible course is tailored to each student's goals and experience. Portraiture and Lighting This class examines the details of all aspects of portraiture, and we ask questions about much more than technical issues. Sign up now!
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Young Richard from the "dark"-(room) ages!
Richard is the preeminent award-winning photography teacher in Chicago and has devoted more than 45 years to his students. He has worked in photography since 1964, including catalog, fashion, advertising and editorial assignments. And he founded the renowned Jane Addams Center/Hull House photography program in 1969. Read More.