Dave Henry has been a professional photographer for over 30 years and is an early adopter of digital photography. He began with Photoshop - Version 1 in 1991.
His early career in photography found him working for industry leaders Minolta, Leica and Canon. He's been shooting Canon since he joined the company in 1977. His talent eventually led to a 27-year career as a photographer for the Sacramento Bee.
His freelancing business and career at The Bee has allowed him to cover assignments on five continents and his client list is extensive. His work has been published in newspapers, magazines, and annual reports, on billboards and on-line.
Dave's portfolio includes architectural, advertising, travel and landscape photography. His popular annual Eastern Sierra fall foliage coverage in California has been featured in the newspaper and web site of The Sacramento Bee since 1979 and more recently on television and The Weather Channel.
For well over 30 years Dave has taught seminars and led photography workshops all over the world. He's known for his energetic and
warm personal style. He enjoys helping photographers enhance their natural skills and talents.
Dave's hobby is creating stereographic images with 19th century camera equipment and vintage processes.