In this event, world-renowned photographer Harold Davis will offer a free in-person critique of your work. The event is free, but to receive a critique you must register (click here to RSVP Yes). Critiques are limited to the first 40 responses.
As a workshop leader and photo judge, Harold is known for giving constructive, honest, direct and positive feedback.
What to bring: For a critique, please bring no more than six images in print form (preferred) or as JPEGs on a thumb drive (for projection). You must register (click here to RSVP Yes) to receive a free critique.
In addition to your images, please be prepared to briefly speak about your work and background, and bring any specific questions you have about your work.
Where: The Lighthouse Berkeley, 1310 9th Street, Berkeley, CA 94710.
When: Saturday, October 18th 2014 at 3PM.
3:00 – 3:30PM Harold Davis portfolio presentation
3:30 – 5:30PM Individual Critiques
5:30 – 6:00PM Open discussion and Q&A
About Harold Davis
Harold Davis is an internationally-known digital artist and award-winning professional photographer. He is the author of many photography books including recently The Way of the Digital Photographer ( Peachpit), a best photography book of the year, and Monochromatic HDR Photography (Focal Press).
In addition to his activity as a bestselling book author, Harold Davis is a Moab Master printmaker and a Zeiss Lens Ambassador. Harold Davis’s work is widely collected, licensed by art publishers, and has appeared in numerous magazines and other publications. His black and white prints are described as “hauntingly beautiful” [Fine Art Printer Magazine] and his floral prints have been called “ethereal,” with “a purity and translucence that borders on spiritual” [Popular Photography].
Harold Davis leads popular technique and destination photography workshops to many locations including Paris, France; Heidelberg, Germany; and the ancient Bristlecone Pines of the eastern Sierra Nevada. Click here for current Harold Davis workshops & event listings.
You can learn more about Harold and his work on his website, www.digitalfieldguide.com.