Danzberger's photos focus of Art Friday

Staff Writer
Mount Shasta Herald
Photography by Heinz Danzberger will be on display at Directions in Mount Shasta from May 3 through 12.

The work of Heinz Danzberger will be on display at Directions in Mount Shasta for Art Friday on May 3, from 4 to 7 p.m.

The show will remain on display until Sunday, May 12.

Danzberger will be offering special pricing for the duration of the show.

Danzberger’s venture into photography began in his teens and intensified as a self taught photographer, during his Munich University days in the 1980s.

In 2006, he caught up with the digital evolution as a professional art reproduction photographer and digital fine art print specialist. The opportunity allowed him to return to his own photographic roots, evolving from a traditional film photographer towards the modern digital tools. His present work style bridges the film and digital era, combining old fashioned and traditional photography with the newest print technology to push the boundaries of high resolution photography and large size archival pigment print work. The excitement of today's contemporary photography is based in the availability of a broad spectrum of photographic tools and techniques to the artist, supporting a very creative approach to capture and print work.

“Photography to me is that awesome, everlasting fraction of a moment, minute or second long clash of humanity with it’s perceived reality and had me in its gentle grip since I exposed the first roll of 120 at a young age on a fold out Voigtlaender,” Danzberger said.