March 21 Kenny Mc Keithan “The Basics of Bird Photography”
Lake House-Live Oak Hall 6:30 pm Social, 7:00 pm Program
Program Description & Kenny’s Bio
March 21, 2019 at 6:30 pm
Lake House – Live Oak Hall
“The Basics of Bird Photography” Guest Lecturer, Kenny McKeithan
Open to all Seabrook Island residents and guests
One of the Seabrook Island Photo Club’s (SIPC) favorite local photographer and guest lecturer is Kenny Mc Keithan and he’s back to kick-off our 2019 season!
This meeting’s program, entitled “The Basics of Bird Photography” will cover most aspects of photographing birds from getting the correct exposure to proper composition, best equipment to use, and special techniques. Photographing stationary birds and birds in flight will be discussed
This March meeting is open to all Seabrook Island residents without charge. The Club will be collecting 2019 dues of $25 for its regular members and new members. If you enjoy this presentation and would like to become a member of the club, membership forms will be available.
Although completely self-taught, Kenny has 25 years’ experience in photography and photo finishing and possesses a wealth of knowledge that he is eager to share. His interest in photography goes back to his pre-teen years when his parents bought him his first box camera. He spent many of his early years in the business working for local photo retailers but has since moved on to a position that enables him to share his technical expertise. Kenny McKeithan Photography teaches hands on photography workshops in the field with day trips locally and 4 and 5-day outings to North Carolina, West Virginia, Tennessee and Florida.
He is an award-winning nature photographer whose portfolio contains “a little bit of everything” Among Kenny’s favorites are aviation, fashion, glamour, and portraiture, but he has always been drawn to the outdoors. Kenny’s images have appeared in Charleston Magazine, Art Mag, Camera in the Wild, Where Magazine, and on greeting cards and calendars.
Kenny is a regional co-coordinator for the Carolinas’ Nature Photographers Association and an instructor with The Charleston Center for Photography.
Currently living in Summerville, Kenny is a native to the Low country, born and raised (as they say) on James Island a suburb of Charleston, SC.