Happy February! The groundhog didn’t see his shadow today, so early Spring (in theory anyway)!
The Sunday Sampler for this week takes an old brick wall (in Chattanooga) and gives you a couple of variations.
And, for those new to the blog, if you are on Facebook, we have a “Textures: Turn Ho-Hum into a Work of Art” group – join us and share your creations! https://www.facebook.com/groups/texturesturnhohumintoaworkofart/
Scouting for Spring Workshops!
Dave and I were out this week and this morning scouting some back roads for our Spring “Barns & Backroads” Workshops. Here are a couple of our finds that will be stops for the group:
Want to join us? There is ONE spot left for the May 2-5 workshop! If you can’t make that one, stay tuned for Fall 2020 Barns & Backroads Workshop dates! https://www.meredithimages.com/product-category/workshops/
And don’t miss out on the
4th Creative Photography Conference!
We have attendees coming from the Southeast (North & South Carolina, Florida, Tennessee, Kentucky, Virginia) all the way across the country to Canada (New Mexico, Maine, New York, California, Indiana, Pennsylvania, Vancouver)! Come join us!!
FEATURED SPEAKER – KEN SKLUTE
Ken is proud to be or have been one of Canon’s Explorers of Light, an Adobe Influencer, an FStopGear Global Icon, an Epson Mentor, a Kodak Mentor, a Delkin ImageMaker, a Datacolor Expert and a NIK Friends with Vision member.
Some of Ken’s clients have been the National Hot Rod Association, U.S. Army, Sports Illustrated, N.Y.Times Magazine, Oakley, Associated Press, National Dragster, Epson, Kodak, Newsday, as well as most of the photographic industry trade magazines.
Ken began his photographic career capturing 200 mph race cars in New York at an early age. He soon moved into the wedding and portrait industry where he was quickly recognized as a trend setter, receiving many accolades throughout the industry. He chose to relocate to Phoenix, Arizona, in 1996 in order to be out photographing the beautiful desert Southwest landscape.
Ken’s sessions on Saturday and Sunday will take us through various aspects of his photography, including how he captures his amazing landscapes, weather shots and much more. Ken is an entertaining and engaging speaker – you do not want to miss his lectures!
SOME OF KEN’S WORK: