Thanks to the West Wayne Cty. Arts Group for having me speak on
digital photo topics, and now they’ve really done it by asking me to
judge their Spring Art Show! Links from that talk are HERE under ‘Other
Topic’ Section. Thanks for being such an enthusiastic class.

I think I’m doing some sort of dance??

Here’s a Press Release and photo they sent out… Thanks for passing it along Wendy :-)

For its February meeting, the Western Wayne Art Group
enthusiastically welcomed Ken Huth, a professional photographer in
Rochester since 1987. Ken is a Rochester Institute of Technology
graduate with BA in Professional Photographic Illustration. His photos
have been published by the Associated Press and L.A. Times, and
according to his website——he’ll “shoot anything for
print and presentations.”

Ken employed his extensive experience, wit, and polished teaching
skills to offer tips and tricks for great digital photos. Ken talked
about perspective, simplifying backgrounds, and how important it is to
take at least three pictures of every subject—all while using his own
images as examples. Ken also discussed what to look for in a digital
camera, and talked about the best equipment and techniques for
photographing art. Ken devoted the end of his demonstration to showing
a few hidden tricks you can find in PhotoShop. After the formal
presentation, Ken entertained questions, and spent about 30 minutes
speaking individually with traditional and graphic artists who attended
the meeting.

WWAG meets from 7-9 pm on the third Tuesday of each month, typically at
Walworth Town Hall (off Route 441) in Walworth. The March meeting will
be a hypertufa workshop held at Ontario Recreation Building in Casey
Park from 6:00 – 8:30.

Comparing notes on Photoshop and digital cameras with Herm Auch (Herm and Mary
Jane are from Ontario NY and do memorable kids books using Photoshop)

Thanks for being such an enthusiastic class.

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