Composition and Photography Masterclass by Harold Davis February 16, 2023 – Posted in: Photography – Tags:

Type of Event: Online Masterclass

When: Thursday, April 13th, 2023

Time: 10.00am-12.00pm Pacific

Cost: EARLY BIRD PRICE OF $50 ends at 11.59pm (Pacific) on Friday March 31st ($75 after this date)


Good composition is a fundamental building block of photography. It is easy to recognize, but hard to achieve. In this live 2-hour online masterclass and Q&A, internationally renowned artist, photographer and best-selling Rocky Nook author Harold Davis well help guide photographers at any level to improve their compositions.

What will be covered?

  • Work with shapes such as lines, circles, and rectangles
  • Understand directionality, entering, and exiting in composition
  • Work with patterns and repetition
  • Recognize and use positive and negative space
  • Use the various kinds of abstraction in their own work


  • Master the fundamentals of composition
  • Help to develop your own personal style
  • Inspire your creativity!

This online course will be recorded – As a participant you will be sent a password-protected link to the video recording to re-watch at your convenience.


About the presenter:

Harold Davis is an artist, photographer, educator, and the bestselling author of many books. His most recent books include Composition & Photography, Creative Garden Photography, and Creative Black & White, all from Rocky Nook.

Harold is the developer of a unique technique for photographing flowers for transparency, for which he was awarded the 2022 Photographic Society of America Progress award. According to Popular Photo Magazine, “Harold Davis’s ethereal floral arrangements have a purity and translucence that borders on spiritual.”

Harold is also known 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.”

He is a Moab Master, and a Zeiss Ambassador, and an internationally known photographer, as well as a sought-after workshop leader. In 2022, two of Harold’s floral images were produced as United States postage stamps.

Harold’s website is