Digital B&W Infrared Workshop
July 18 – 21, 2022
Are you a fan of infrared (IR) imagery? Do you wish that there was a way to learn the nuances of how to produce your own stunning infrared images? Have you wished that there was a “Try before you Buy” way to get experience and learn if you want to invest in an infrared camera and wouldn’t it be great if you could do all of this in a beautiful and picturesque setting? An IR workshop with Ken Sklute will make this a reality.
Ken has captured some of his most striking and beautiful IR images in the target rich environment of southeastern Pennsylvania. Ken will share with you his methodology for selecting a subject and being in the right place at the right time with the correct camera and lens to capture unique images and then how to process them to make Wall Ready art.
Whether you are a seasoned pro or just beginning your IR photographic journey, you will grow and go away with remarkable imagery from this workshop.
Here are some of the important elements that Ken guide you through to help expand your photographic skills in:
Each day we’ll start by viewing and critiquing existing images to help you “see” how to create better images. Our afternoons will be spent in the field, literally, composing and capturing images of the beautiful Lancaster countryside.
The cost to attend this 4 day workshop in the magnificently rolling hills of southeastern Pennsylvania is $1,595.00 per person USD.
What is included:
Instruction each day as well as critiques and post-processing lessons.
What is not included:
Airfare to Pennsylvania, hotel accommodations, alcohol, and meals .
This 4 day workshop is limited to only 8 attendees.
Following registration, you will be contacted to make payment through Zelle.
Please complete the registration form.
Ken Sklute has been honored by much of the leading photographic manufacturers as an ambassador or representative highlighting his knowledge and photographic expertise. Ken has enjoyed a diverse career photographing landscapes, professional sports, and people.
Phone: (602) 738-0601