|David King, San Diego portrait, commercial, landscape and stock photographer & Prof. of Photography: San Diego City College||
Welcome to my Web Site!
|David King Photography|
These were some of my workhorse tools of the trade from 35mm to 8x10. We went through lots of film together in studios and on locations from Alaska to Key West and from Boston to Baja. Ah but times change. Virtually all of them have now been replaced with digital gear. The load is a lot lighter now but the passion hasn't diminished a bit. Check out the galleries to see shots from these old troopers and my new ones as well.
This web site was originally designed to contain resource pages where my students at San Diego City College (SDCC) can select and download class assignments, technical handouts, and view or download other photo-related data including program announcements and news.
It also will take you to my WORKSHOPS site by clicking HERE. This page has news and information about my location workshops and field trips as well as about my local seminars hosted by The San Diego City College Photo Facility and Program
But over the years it has grown, admittedly a bit out of control, to where it now also houses samples of my own photography and other imagery, data on books and publications, news and comments about what's happening in my world, as well as some collected writing of all types. And there is a page of growing links to photo-related web sites of all types from associations, photographers, galleries, and manufacturers to forums and tutorials. And now you can order texts and other recommended reading material directly from Amazon on my site.
All of the materials are organized under the major headings shown by the links under the banner above.
Some additional links for students in City College's Photo Program and other workshops and seminars are located just below.
I appreciate your stopping by.
“Strive to do what you do so well that
no one alive today, no one dead, and no one yet to be born, could do it any
"If you do your best, what else is
"Sometimes your best is not enough and
you have to do what is required."
is not about waiting for the storms to pass...it's about learning how to
dance in the rain."
"Even if you are on the right track,
if you just sit there you'll get run over."
time is limited, so don't waste it living someone else's life. Don't
be trapped by dogma -- which is living with the results of other people's
thinking... Have the courage to follow your heart and intuition."
Additional Links for SDCC Photo Program Students
materials on this web site are designed by
and are copyrighted © by N. David King.