What: Photographing Flowers for Transparency is a benefit webinar with Harold Davis. Proceeds will be donated to Doctors without Borders. Tuition (not tax deductible) is $29.95. Advance registration via Zoom is required. Click here to register!

When: Saturday December 9, 2023, at 11am PT

Where: On your computer via Zoom anywhere. Advance registration is required. The advance registration link is https://us02web.zoom.us/webinar/register/WN_iZP0bmtkTSOcO-m9kbbTQw

Details: In this presentation, Harold Davis shows his stunning floral imagery and explains in detail his process for light box photography. Botanical composition, exposure, and post-production are explained.

Papaver Party © Harold Davis
Papaver Party © Harold Davis

Harold says: “Light box photography is a joy in and of itself, and is a great form of photography to practice at home with relatively minimal investment in equipment. Techniques that can be learned from light box photography cut across myriad aspects of photography, and will enrich all aspects of your photographic practice.”

The presentation will include an actual example of post-production processing using Harold’s techniques for which he was awarded the 2022 Progress Award by the Photographic Society of America.

There will be ample time for Q&A. Phyllis Davis will moderate this webinar.

Registration: This is a benefit webinar and advance registration is required. Click here to register!

Peonies and Poppies © Harold Davis

Harold Davis is a world-class artist and photographer who has expanded the parameters of his field with imagery, new techniques, and as an author and educator. Honored with the prestigious Photographic Society of America Progress award in 2022 for his development of a unique technique for photographing flowers for transparency, these works have been described as “ethereal” and having “a purity and translucence that borders on spiritual.” (Popular Photo Magazine)

Davis’s most recent books include Composition & Photography, Creative Garden Photography, and Creative Black & White, all from Rocky Nook.

He is also recognized as a master of black and white. The Seattle Times put it this way: “Harold Davis is the digital black and white equal of Ansel Adams’s traditional wet photography.”

In 2022, two of Davis’s floral images were produced as United States postage stamps. A set of five new miscellaneous stamps have been announced for 2024.

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