Ken Sklute has been honored as one of Canon’s Explorers of Light, a designation shared by only 51 top photographers worldwide. 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 42 year professional photography career he has accomplished the title of “Photographer of the Year” in 32 out of 42 years in the states of New York, Arizona and California.
Ken Sklute is sharing the photographic techniques of capturing and editing fast moving objects.
Pro photographer and storm aficionado Ken Sklute shares tips on capturing and using Luminar to post-process monsoon storms in the American Southwest, and tornados in "Tornado Alley."
This photography cheat sheet will give you good starting points for almost any photography technique in manual mode. Want to shoot in manual mode? Use our manual camera settings cheat sheet.
For a long time, taking pictures of the night sky was unavailable to smartphone owners, but now the situation has changed. The world of technology is changing very quickly, so iPhone owners can experience astrophotography. So, how to take a pic of the Moon with iPhone?
Learn Simple Ways On How To Find Your Image Dimensions On Different Devices Or Online Software To Always Get Your Formats Right.