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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