About Harold Davis:
Harold Davis is an award-winning professional photographer and widely recognized as one of the leading contemporary photographers. He is the author of more than 30 books.
Harold writes the popular Photoblog 2.0, and is a photography columnist for Photo.net.
Harold is a popular presenter on many digital photography topics. He is a gifted teacher, and his workshops are usually sold out well in advance.
Photographic adventures and assignments have taken him across the Brooks Range, the northernmost mountains in Alaska. He has photographed the World Trade Towers, hanging out of a small plane, followed in the footsteps of Seneca Ray Stoddard, a 19th-century photographer of the Adirondacks, and created human interest photo stories about the residents of Love Canal, an environmental disaster area. Harold’s work has been published in books and magazines, and as posters and greeting cards. His prints are widely collected.
Harold brings a broad range of experience to his work as a professional photographer and author. He has worked as a software engineer, an enterprise technology consultant, and an Internet company executive.
Harold is well-known for his night photography and experimental ultra-long exposure techniques, use of vibrant, saturated colors in landscape compositions, and beautiful creative floral imagery. He is inspired by the flowers in his garden, hiking in the wilderness, and the work of great artists and photographers including Ansel Adams, M.C. Escher, Monet, van Gogh, and Edward Weston.
Harold frequently collaborates with his wife, Phyllis Davis, on book projects. They live in Berkeley, California with their four children.