FujiFilm X-PRO 2 and Magnum photographer David Alan Harvey

1/16/2016 ISO 1200 Magazine 0 Comments

Magnum photographer David Alan Harvey continues to inspire, using photography as a vehicle to immerse himself in the world.

Isabela , Puerto Rico. Join me for a photo workshop in Puerto Rico in late February or early March when it's going to be freezing in northern latitudes! I'm doing a workshop for the first time in SanJuan because I just returned and it's just a great place to shoot and learn. Scroll down a bit in this stream. I'm doing all of my own self produced workshops now in places where I am working on my BeachGames book. Working side by side with students and getting pictures up on the wall day by day seems to work. You work, I work. Great chemistry when it's for real. We did it that way in Rio in early 2015 and will do so next in Puerto Rico and sometime later in 2016 in Thailand. Yet after just being in PR, I know what a great place it is for shooting, easy low cost travel, safe, and just terrific people and landscape. I will take 12 serious students max and a portfolio review is required. I will also give one gratis scholarship workshop to a talented Puerto Rican. Keep your eye on www.burnmagazine.org (link in my profile) for details upcoming soonest. #puertorico #coconut #fujifilm
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David wrote on his Facebook :

We spent almost two weeks shooting in Puerto Rico where we had also teamed up for NatGeo TV about 20 years prior. I will have 12 students joining me in Old San Juan for a photo workhop March 13-19. My class will focus on the photo essay and Bryan will hold a small class as well on documentary filmmaking. Bryan has shot many docs for NatGeo and other venues . @michellemaddensmith is producing these two workshops so if you have any interest please contact her or see our workshop page on burnmagazine.org

For us it's been a family affair since Bryan and his brother filmmaker @erinharveypics started traveling on assignment with me when they were in grade school. Bryan and I are now in Tokyo where we just helped launch the XPro2 which I had been shooting (secretly) for the last few months.

My book "Divided Soul" on the Spanish cultural diaspora also had many pictures from PR. So work there has been on my agenda for quite awhile. Documentary films, photo books, exhibitions, and commissions are our life. The students we mentor have the same goals. Join our family affair if a life in photography appeals. I can't imagine a better way to learn and to express and yes to raise a family. @magnumphotos ‪#‎xpro2‬ ‪#‎puertorico‬

Short film by @bryanharveyfilms sponsored by FujiFilm.

Text, images and video via Bryan Harvey Films

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