The $500 “early-bird” discount on the 2014 Photograph Paris with Harold Davis workshop expires at the end of this month on September 1, 2013. This discount represents a substantial price savings on the cost of the workshop, so if you are interested in photographing Paris with me I suggest you take advantage of it.
I’m very pleased to announce the 2014 Photograph Paris with Harold Davis Workshop, from April 26-May 4, 2014. Click here for the complete itinerary, terms and conditions, and online registration. A $500 per person “early-bird” discount applies if you enroll before September 1, 2013.
It is my fond hope that you’ll join Mark Brokering and myself for the extraordinary experience of photography in Paris, the City of Light. The 2014 workshop will once again be located at the wonderful and atmospheric Hotel Lutetia.
We’ve included many of the highlights from the 2013 workshop for this occasion, such as the visit to Monet’s garden at Giverny with after hours access (one of my personal favorites from 2013), and also added a day. If you check out the itinerary, I think you’ll also see some wonderful locations we didn’t get to last time, such as the top of the Tour Montparnasse at night, the Parc de Sceaux, and Père Lachaise.
As one of the participants in last year’s workshop said, put Paris ”on your bucket list ‘cause you may not see this in Heaven.”
There are only a few places left in my Monochromatic HDR in the Big Sur Landscape workshop September 27-29, 2013. This workshop is sponsored by the Center for Photographic Art in Carmel, CA.
Workshop participants will take advantage of Carmel and historic Monterey as well the glorious landscape of Big Sur, photographing subjects as varied as Bixby Bridge along Highway 1, Point Lobos, Mission Carmel, and more. In the classroom, hands-on guidance will explain techniques for extending dynamic range, monochromatic conversion methods, and best practices where the two technologies intersect.
If you are interested in my unique technique for photographing flowers on a lightbox—and the related work in the Photoshop darkroom—there is only one spot left in the two-day Photographing Flowers for Transparency workshop, December 7 and December 8, 2013. The workshop is located in downtown Berkeley, California near the 4th Street boutique shopping district.
In this unique workshop offering master photographer Harold Davis shows the techniques he uses to create his floral masterpieces. Arrangement, composition, photography, post-production will all be covered, as will Harold’s special techniques for shooting on a lightbox.
Harold is only planning to give this workshop once this year. There is no better way to learn the floral transparency techniques that he has pioneered. The two-day format will give participants the chance to complete their imagery using the techniques that Harold will demonstrate.
Here are some comments from the 2012 Floral Transparency Workshop:
- “Loved the pace, in-depth instruction and generous sharing.”
- “EXCELLENT PRESENTATION AND COVERAGE OF MATERIAL. MR. DAVIS WAS PATIENT TO ANSWER ALL QUESTIONS.”
- “Harold, thank you for the time, expense and effort it took to put on a great one-day workshop….You are a wealth of information and share it so graciously.”
- “Outstanding workshop!”
- “A very packed day! Harold is very clear and organized; an outstanding photographer who is also an outstanding teacher.”
We’ve opened a new session of the Full Moon Golden Gate Workshop on Tuesday, April 15, 2014 to take advantage of the full moon rising shortly after sunset, framed by the Golden Gate Bridge.
Join master photographer Harold Davis for an late afternoon and evening adventure, photographing the Golden Gate Bridge from various locations around the bridge.
Note: This workshop is being offered well in advance because it is timed according to sunset and moonrise, and to help you plan. Due to limited size, our experience is that it will fill up—in other words, to avoid disappointment please don’t delay!
I have some exciting new workshops in the planning stages for 2014, so please stand by for further information.