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Photographing Flowers for Transparency Workshop with Harold Davis at SVA


Tuesday, February 21, 2017
4:00 – 5:50pm
School of Visual Arts, Room 101C, 133/141 West 21st Street, New York, NY

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Acclaimed by Popular Photography Magazine as "bordering on the spiritual," Harold Davis's floral photo-composites are uniquely beautiful. In this presentation, master photographer Harold Davis displays examples of his work. He'll explain the thinking and the processes behind both the photographic captures and his post-production workflow. Harold will show how he uses LAB color to enhance some creative aspects of his floral imagery, and show how his floral imagery can be enhanced using high-end printmaking techniques on substrates such as washi. The presentation will be followed by a Q&A. 


Self-Publishing in the Digital Age

We all love those large-format coffee table photo books, and with recent developments in technology, making your own custom edition is just a (few) clicks away. Our friends at SVA are hosting a panel discussion on the role of photography books and what this means to you.

Ink to iPad: The Photography Book Today
November 9th 7:00-8:30 PM
SVA Theater • 333 West 23rd St, New York City

Free & Open to the Public


Here's a description of the event.  HINT: Read the very last sentence at the bottom:

Until recently, the success of a professional photographer was often measured by the publication of a photographic monograph, which has typically been inaccessible to all but the most profitable or sought-after artists. Today, using on-demand printing and web distribution, photographers are exploring alternatives such as self-publishing and crowd-sourcing to design, produce, and distribute their own books.

  • As digital technology has revolutionized photography, is the printed page still relevant?
  • How can emerging photographers successfully produce and distribute their work?
  • What is the role of the e-book in relation to the art book?

These questions are addressed by a distinguished group of photographers and publishers in a panel discussion moderated by Michael Itkoff, editor of Daylight magazine. Panelists include curator Susan Bright; Eric Himmel, editor-in-chief, Abrams Books; David Schoerner, founder and publisher, Hassla Books; and photographer Harvey Stein.

There will be a reception immediately following the discussion, hosted by Moab Paper.