Photography is meant to be enjoyable while expanding your photographic horizons. Sometimes that’s not the case, especially when you find yourself looking for subjects or trying to learn new techniques. That can be frustrating. Whether you photograph landscapes, people, seascapes, critters, or the night sky, there is always more to learn. This photography seminar will help you do just that.
Ken Sklute, together with Arizona Highways PhotoScapes, is offering a day of instruction and motivation to help accelerate your learning curve. This full-day event will be held at the beautiful Mesa Arts Center on January 12, 2019!
During Ken’s 45 year photographic career, he has photographed people, landscapes, aerials, night skies, food, professional sports and much else as well as representing Canon as an Explorer of Light, Epson, and Eastman Kodak as a mentor teaching around the world!
Ken has created this full-day seminar to expand your photographic horizons, covering such topics as:
- Finding and Getting a Better Understanding of Light
- Creative Composition Techniques
- Location and Trip Planning
- Travel Tips and Tricks
- How to create Personal Projects to help you grow
- Advanced HDR techniques
- How to Photograph People
- How to Photograph Nighttime Skies
- How to Photograph Better!!
Please join us for this information packed day of fun and knowledge!
The Seminar will be held:
Mesa Arts Center
1 East Main Street
This seminar will be held at the Nesbitt-Elliott Playhouse Theater located on the South end of the Mesa Arts Center campus.
Doors will open at 8:00am for registration check-in. No onsite registrations will be available. The seminar will begin promptly at 9:00am and continue until 5:00pm. There will be a one hour and fifteen minute lunch break where participants may go off site or bring their lunch to enjoy on the outdoor campus.
A concession stand will be open for snacks and beverages throughout the day. Free parking is available in the parking garage on the east side of the campus off of Sirrine Street or in the open lot immediate behind the campus off of First Avenue.