Join me this Friday, April 9, 2021, for an ONLINE presentation The History of Landscape Photography (followed by Q&A) presented through the Los Angeles Center of Photography. The presentation is only $10 for LACP Members and $15 for Non-Members (please consider joining to support this worthy photographic institution https://lacphoto.org/member-info/join/). All photographers stand on the shoulders of giants. Come learn more about them with me on April 9, 2021.
Many thanks to photographer Matt Payne for inviting me to this conversation! Matt’s podcast F-Stop Collaborate and Listen is one of a kind, well known, and enjoyed by many photographers. Matt invited me Guy Tal to his 200th episode for a special discussion on the history of landscape photography. It was an engaging conversation with Matt and Guy and I hope it proves valuable to others. Thank you for listening!
I’m excited to be presenting my talk “Immense, Silent, and Sacred” at this year’s Art of Photography Conference! This worldwide online event brings 16 top photographic artists direct to you via the web. Find details and buy tickets at https://www.artphotoconference.com/buy-tickets/
If you are interested in attending, please contact me for a 10% discount code. I hope you will consider joining us!
UPDATED 16 February 2021: You will now find a recorded version of this webinar on YouTube. Thank you for watching.
Please consider joining me, Guy Tal, and Harold Davis for a January 16, 2021 webinar, Finding Meaning in Photography: Guy Tal and Michael E. Gordon [Benefits Project Coyote]. In Finding Meaning in Photography, the photographers each present their work and discuss how they have found meaning through photography, and how they use their photographic work to convey meaning. Following the individual presentations, Harold Davis will moderate a round-table discussion, and take questions from the webinar audience.
ALL proceeds will benefit Project Coyote, a national non-profit organization whose mission is to promote compassionate conservation and coexistence between people and wildlife through education, science and advocacy. Seating (on a first come, first served basis) is limited. You must register via Zoom to be enrolled in this webinar. I hope you’ll join us on Saturday, January 16, 2021.