Saturday August 23 and Sunday August 24, 2014
The San Francisco Bay area is one of the places on our planet most visited for photography. If you live here, why not spend a weekend photographing San Francisco as if you were seeing it for the first time for the wonder it is?
If you have always wanted to photograph San Francisco but are coming from far away, what better way to go about it with the guidance of master photographer and Bay area resident Harold Davis?
Following a brief orientation, we will carpool and photograph around the Bay area in an exciting and fun weekend with locations depending on weather, lighting and group inclinations. Group size is limited to twelve photographers. There will be time for image review, and Harold will make suggestions for image improvement and creative thinking about image making.
There will be a night shoot on Saturday, and Harold will present material on photographing San Francisco in both color and black & white.
Why not get the imagery of San Francisco you have always wanted?
When: Saturday, August 23 and Sunday, August 24, 2014
Where: The orientation and classroom sessions of the workshop will be hosted in Berkeley, California. We will car pool to field shooting locations.
Cost: Tuition is $745 per person. Workshop is limited to a maximum of 12 participants.
Registration: Click here to register for the Harold Davis San Francisco Photography Weekend Workshop