Sharpness is a Bourgeois Concept

“Sharpness is a Bourgeois Concept,” declared Henri Cartier-Bresson. What did iconic photographer Cartier-Bresson mean, and why is this a humorous remark?

To find our why, consider attending this Saturday’s Photography and Writing: Using Your Words To Become a Better Photographer

This three-part webinar will start with a look at the role writing has played in the work of some great photographers from Ansel Adams (of course) to Minor White, and beyond. The second part of the presentation will continue with how I have used the synergy of writing and photography with particular emphasis on my award-winning blog, and conclude with some suggestions about how to integrate the discipline of writing into your photography practice. The idea is to enhance facility and creativity in both disciplines!

Click here for more information, here to register for Photography and Writing, and here for a schedule of our upcoming webinars.

Stairs at La Défense © Harold Davis

Stairs at La Défense © Harold Davis

I’d also like to call your special attention to the Master Photographer Panel with Jennifer King and Alan Shapiro, scheduled for Saturday October 10, 2020. All proceeds from this webinar will benefit the NAACP Endowment Fund.

Please check out our upcoming webinar schedule. There’s a great deal of variety, with tutorials and fun across a wide domain of topics. Our webinars are a mixture of free, paid, and paid-as-a-benefit with all proceeds going to a good cause.

As always, stay healthy, keep photographing, and be creative!

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