About the Monochromatic Visions Portfolio

About the Monochromatic Visions Portfolio

I like to mix things up. In the case of the prints in the Monochromatic Visions portfolio, this means combining new technologies with a visual aesthetic that is informed by classical ideation. Make no mistake: the new art of digital photography demands just as much craft as film photography ever did. Only the techniques have changed.

Monochromatic Visions portfolio by Harold Davis

Monochromatic Visions portfolio by Harold Davis

Each of the images in the Monochromatic Visions portfolio was created using digital techniques to specifically enhance the tonal range of the image, along with the clarity and level of detail captured. Monochromatic conversion was accomplished using a state-of-the art process that allows selective processing of individual portions of each image. The prints in the portfolio were carefully handcrafted in my studio using digital techniques and archival materials on pearlized metallic paper.

The twelve images in the Monochromatic Visions portfolio were photographed on location in Arizona and California, and in my studio over a period of five years. My idea is to reveal the world with fresh eyes and in a new way, while referencing the aesthetics of the past to create something new. Enjoy!

If you are interested in the Monochromatic Visions portfolio, you may like: Signing the Monochromatic Visions Portfoliosinformation about Monochromatic Visions and Monochromatic HDR Photography (the book, it explains in detail how these photos were made).

Old Oak Tree © Harold Davis

Monochromatic Visions #1 – #3 are sold out via our great Kickstarter sponsors.

We are offering a special limited time offer for portfolios #4 – #6 of $900 each (shipping and CA sales tax additional). The normal pricing is $1200, and I do not expect the portfolios to last at this special price. Please contact my studio if you are interested.

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