We’ll Always Have Paris

I’m just back from France, where as you may know I led a photography workshop in Paris. This was a hugely productive workshop, both for me and for the participants. You can see some of the extraordinary photos created by workshop participants in the 2013 Photography with Harold Davis in Paris workshop by clicking here.

Mark Brokering and I are planning to lead another photography workshop in Paris in the spring of 2014. The tentative dates are April 26, 2014 through May 4, 2014. This is one day longer than the 2013 workshop.

Paris, City of Light

City of Light © Harold Davis

We are planning in 2014 to include a visit to Monet’s garden at Giverny, along with exclusive access after hours, as this was one of the highlights in 2013 (I can’t wait to go back to Giverny!). Click here to see 2013 workshop participants on the steps of Monet’s house at Giverny.

We’ll also include many of the highlights and best locations of the 2013 workshop, along with some new destinations, such as the relatively unknown Parc de Sceaux. As in 2013, we’ll be hosted at the historic and extraordinary 4-star left-bank Hotel Lutetia.

Parc de Sceaux by Harold Davis

Parc de Sceaux © Harold Davis

Luxembourg Gardens by Harold Davis

Luxembourg Gardens © Harold Davis

The dates for the 2014 workshop are still tentative, in part because I’d like the workshop to follow the opening for my planned gallery exhibition in Paris. I’m hoping it will work out so that anyone who wants to fly in a few days earlier can also come to my opening.

Participation in the 2014 Photography with Harold Davis in Paris workshop will of course be limited, and priority will be given to 2013 participants who (like me) can’t get enough of Paris!

If you are interested in the 2014 workshop, please drop me a (non-binding) expression of interest, and also feel free to ask me or Mark Brokering any questions you may have about the 2014 workshop.

A full prospectus and itinerary for the 2014 workshop, along with online registration, will be available in the next few weeks…stay tuned!

 

 

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