Wednesday, January 31, 2018 ― 6:30 pm
Doors Open at 6:00 pm
Finding and Developing Photographic Style
Developing your imagery to possess its own idiom, resonating with your artistic voice, is daunting and difficult. The highly crafted works by Joel-Peter Witkin, perfect landscapes of Ansel Adams, snippets of time expertly caught by Henri Cartier-Bresson: each embodies a distinctive style. David will elaborate on how to achieve a unique style and cultivate your photographic voice.
David George Brommer is a New York-based photographer specializing in alternative culture. His fascination with dark subject matter and use of religious and mythological elements results in an aesthetically unique body of work. David’s extensive oeuvre has been widely exhibited and he is a sought-after speaker on contemporary photography and technical topics. He continues to explore the world with his wooden 8×10 camera, documenting what he calls “the edge of the human race” and photographing battlefields as landscape. David is also Marketing Director of Large Scale Events at B&H.
Follow David at www.davidbrommer.com.