Two Workshops with Ken Sklute

The Buffalo – Niagara NY Meetup Camera Club Group is having two

Ken Sklute Classes next weekend!

Three Hour Program:

COMPOSE Yourself and See the Light!
Friday Oct 22, 2010 7:00 PM

Ken Sklute is coming to town and will be giving a great presentation for all of you who are looking to take your Landscape Photography to the next level.

The location will be Doug Hansgate’s studio to keep cost down, only $15.00 for the night. We are limiting the attendance to 140 people. 154 Christiana Street, North Tonawanda, NY 14120

“As photographers, we all look at the world and see things uniquely. We often move too fast and miss what is right in front of us. Canon Explorer of Light, Ken Sklute will share his perspective, teach you to see and help you to be more in touch with your creative vision. We routinely pass magnificent locations without stopping because we are not really seeing what is there. Sklute will explain how he goes about finding locations, subjects and photographic environments that yield award winning results. Together, we will explore creative ways of composing. You will learn to see light that carves your subject with grace, depth and dimension. Sklute will motivate and ignite your passion, enabling you to take your craft to a new level of excellence. Handouts will be made available.” All levels.

Wedding Photography Workshop

Wedding Photography Workshop Saturday Oct 23rd, 2010
8:00 AM  – 5:00 PM

One Day…  All Day with location shoots.
Starting in Studio: 154 Christiana Street, North Tonawanda. NY 14120

This a hands on learning workshop limited to 24 attendees. $129

Come study with Canon Explorer of Light Ken Sklute as he share his “Creative Vision.” You will learn techniques and philosophies that you can take home and immediately implement to raise your clients awareness of your work. Ken will share his techniques for lighting people, places and things, day or night, indoors and outdoors. You will learn new ways of composing imagery and be filled with a new, creative way of seeing the same subject that you have seen many times. In this HANDS ON workshop, Ken will share his thoughts and techniques in fun, easy to understand lessons and then head out on location to put these techniques into play to make sure that you go home understanding and being able to capture the same work at home for YOUR clients. You will be working with Speedlights, Strobes, Tungsten lights and a variety of light modifiers to get control of various lighting situations!
Whether you photograph Weddings, portraits, landscapes or just need to improve your photographic skills, this course should not be missed!
Ken will teach you to see the way he does, which has garnered him 27 Photographer of the Year awards from New York, Arizona and California, as well as 14 Kodak Gallery Awards and 15 Fuji Masterpiece awards.
Come learn how to see what Ken sees!

Ken Sklute has been honored as one of Canon’s Explorers of Light, a designation shared by only 60 top photographers worldwide. During his 36 year photographic career, Ken has been named Photographer of the Year a total of 27 times between Arizona, New York, and California. Ken has accomplished his Master of Photography and Photographic Craftsman degrees from the Professional Photographers of America; Accolade of Photographic Mastery, Accolade of Outstanding Photographic Achievement, Accolade of Exceptional Photographic Achievement, Accolade of Highest Photographic Achievement, and the Accolade of Lifetime Photographic Excellence. Ken was recently named the 2010 Landscape Photographer of the Year from the Professional Photographers of California. In 2009, Ken was awarded the Photographer of the Year from the Professional Photographers of California as well as the Illustrative Photographer of the Year. Recent years have Ken awarded Best in Show at the Western States Regional Print Competition, The PP of A National Award, Photographer of the Year-Western States Regional Print Competition; Photographer of the Year-Silver Level from the Professional Photographers of America; The Year 2005 saw Ken receive the Drag Racing Photographer of the Year from http://www.CompetitionPlus.com, Wedding Photographer of the Year and Photojournalist of the Year from the Professional Photographers of California, as well as receiving the Heidi Mauracher Starlite award for Best Wedding Photograph. Ken as accomplished 14 Kodak Gallery awards and 15 Fuji Masterpiece Awards. Ken spends much of his time teaching and lecturing both nationally and internationally.

2010 Landscape Photographer of the Year- Professional Photographers of California
2009 Photographer of the Year- Professional Photographers of California
2009 Illustrative Photographer of the Year- Professional Photographers of California
2009 Kodak Gallery Award
2008 Wedding Photographer of the Year- Professional Photographers of California

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