[image1_left] “Capturing the Elusive Moment” Canon’s Explorer of Light “Ken Skulte” will be speaking at the LPA on November 15th, 2016 at 6 pm
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November 15th LPA will host a special Speaker from Canon’s Explorer of Light. He is one of the world top 42 photographers honored with this designation from Canon. Ken has enjoyed a diverse career photographing people, professional sports, architecture, weddings, and landscapes. Ken spends much of his time photographing, teaching and lecturing both Nationally and Internationally.
During Ken’s 41-year professional photography career he has accomplished the title of “Photographer of the Year” in 32 out of 41 years in the states of New York, Arizona, and California. In addition, Ken has been awarded 14 Kodak Gallery Awards, the Kodak Gallery Elite award, WPPI Grand Award for Weddings and 15 Fuji Masterpiece awards, amongst many other awards. Ken is proud to be or have been a Kodak Mentor, an Epson Mentor, an Adobe Influencer, a Delkin ImageMaker, a Datacolor Expert and an NIK Friends with Vision member.
Some of Ken’s clients have been the National Hot Rod Association, U.S. Army, Sports Illustrated, Oakley, Associated Press, National Dragster, Epson, Kodak, Newsday, as well as most of the photographic industry trade magazines.
“Capturing the Elusive Moment”
Many of us feel creatively stifled at times and find it difficult to see beyond our line of sight. Then again at times we have a very clear image but need the inspiration, knowledge, and tools to create it. It can be difficult to break the barriers needed to take us beyond our comfort zone.
Ken has had a diverse and long career in photography and continuously challenges himself to learn new techniques to create images he's imagined first. Come learn with Ken and push yourself to reach the goals in your photography you've been meaning to explore but haven't until now. Ken will share his techniques with you about photographing some rather challenging subject matter like capturing lightning, tornados, lava and the elusive Aurora Borealis. Photographing subjects that are not yet visible requires a pre-visualization process that Ken will skillfully lead you through.
You will leave with improved techniques, and an ability to see subjects like you never have before.