Announcing New Online Webinars: Black & White

We are pleased to announce a series of four live photography webinar sessions via Zoom. These webinars are all about black & white photography in the digital era. Registration is on a first come, first served basis. Here’s the schedule for the Creative Black & White Series with registration links:

Click here for our current complete online webinar and course listings!

Along the Old Schoolhouse Trail © Harold Davis

Along the Old Schoolhouse Trail © Harold Davis

Harold Davis is the author of highly-acclaimed books about black & white digital  photography, including Creative Black & White 2d Edition from Rocky Nook and The Photographer’s Black & White Handbook from Monacelli Press. Harold’s digital black and white work has been compared to that of Ansel Adams.

Nautilus in Black and White

Nautilus in Black and White © Harold Davis

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3 Comments

  1. Jim Ruppel April 25, 2020 at 6:12 am #

    When I sign up for a paid webinar will it be recorded and available to participants to re-watch at a later time also?

    Thanks.

  2. Harold Davis April 25, 2020 at 7:42 am #

    Hi Jim: Thanks for your question. We plan to post lightly edited recordings of all webinar sessions on my Harold Davis Photography YouTube channel. (The exception to this is the Creativity Bootcamp course, where we will provide the recordings privately to the participants only for their own use.) The delay in uploading to YouTube is primarily because we are only two people working as hard as we can (with occasional help from our kids) while sheltering in place. The reason I am making the recordings available to all on YouTube is that I don’t want money to be an obstacle in these times; at the same time, we need to have income for making these, or we can’t continue to do so (we are also offering many for free in the first place). Thanks for your understanding.

  3. Jim Ruppel April 25, 2020 at 9:05 am #

    Thanks for the quick response. I appreciate how hard you and Phyllis are working on these webinars. I’m enjoying them and learning a lot.

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