Date: Wednesday, February 1st @ 7PM
Location: On Zoom (Link will be emailed to members)
Photographic artist Ken Sklute will share with you his thoughts, as well as, his "Tips & Tricks" with regard to creating very strong images in an informative and inspirational program called Visual Depth. Ken creates images that viewers enjoy looking at without the need to move on to the next image. He will discuss, in depth, the thought process in making that happen and explain in detail about having 2-5 secondary subjects that compliment your primary subject through compositional alignments...or layers of light. Pre-visualizing the finished image and a little simple research will prove to be the key to improving your imagery to the highest of standards. Join Ken to learn how to improve your images and your vision. This program will change the way that you look at making images!
Ken has enjoyed a diverse career photographing landscapes, astrophotography, people, professional sports, architecture and weddings. Ken spends much of his time photographing, teaching and lecturing both Nationally and Internationally.
Ken Sklute has enjoyed a varied and successful photographic career. He began his photographic journey as a young teenager photographing 200 mph dragsters at his local track. Although his photographic knowledge was limited, his images displayed an innate understanding of composition and clearly showed his ability to capture images that people wanted to see…and were willing to pay for… and so started his career. Ken soon took a job as an apprentice for an established wedding photographer, but he quickly graduated to photographing weddings on his own. He developed a style that is recognizable, desirable, and bookable and eventually branched out to start his own company. He even started photographic trends with his unique wedding images that competing wedding photographers would mimic in their own work.
In Ken’s 46+ year career, he has been sponsored by Canon USA, Epson, Kodak, FStopGear, Delkin Devices, Datacolor and ReallyRightStuff and other industry giants, and has done work for Harley Davidson, New York Times, Associated Press, NHRA, Sports Illustrated, Toyota, and many more.
See more of his work on his website at https://serendipityvisuals.com/