You know how so many people are disappointed in their flower photography?
I SOLVE THIS!
How do I do that?
I simplify the process of photography through easy to understand tips, hints and training on my website.
And, since learning should legally be fun, come with me on a garden photography tour here or far away. It's like... you know... a kids garden party with cameras.
That's right, I turn picture-taking into child's play... even for complete beginners. Heck, I got you covered even if your best camera's your iPhone!
'Bee' amazed! Follow my flower photography blog and stay tuned to the tips, lessons, and freebies that blast your photography all the way to remarkable. And, watch for the latest news in flower and garden photography opportunities in far-away lands... if you have wander-lust like me. >
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Yeomiji Botanical Garden on exotic Jeju Island, has multiple indoor and outdoor gardens. Volcanic soil and hot, humid climate deliver a lush garden experience for nature photographers.
Vancouver Island is flower heaven and Butchart Gardens is the Promised Land for all flower loving photographers.
The water lily is a delicate and enchanting flower. To get powerful photographs, wait for perfect light and strong reflections on the water surface.
Butterfly photography is a magical experience. Yes, they're hyperactive and challenging to photograph but, it's easier than you think.
The Italians gave us much more than wine and pasta! Like the first modern botanical gardens - a photographer's paradise!
Poppy flowers blowing in an impressionist-coloured field or a single poppy are equally inspiring to a photographer. They are the 'flowers of possibility'.
For wildflower photography, take a day and hike a mountain or a few hours on the river bank. Only 30 minutes? Find the nearest dandelion and admire it through a macro lens..
Invest the time to learn basic photography principles. Knowing the fundamentals is the difference between creating a powerful photograph or a bland snapshot.
My pictures of wildflowers from around the world will give you different ideas for your flower photography. To make your images unique, try applying textures.
Study the dahlia flowers close up, from all angles, in different light, in all their glorious colours and shapes. Once you feel them, you're ready to photograph.
Shooting pictures of flowers is only the beginning. Each flower has a story and Photoshop helps me tell it.
These fine art flower prints begin as photographs. Then a little magic! Choose to adorn your walls or share the love with note cards.
Seaside images of the fishing boats and animal life in the Georgia Strait are perfect for painterly fine art prints and note cards.
Nurture and grow your flower photography skills. Perhaps you'll join me on a garden photography get-away?
Beginner or photography whiz, this workshop will raise your flower photography skills up a notch. Cell phone cameras cordially invited.
A home photo studio allows you to photograph flowers when the weather isn't obliging or you want control over your masterpiece.
How do you prefer your spring pictures of tulips? Dreamy and glowing or rich and vibrant? Have them any way you want. I'll show you how.
Spring bulbs mean it's time to brush up on your photography and get yourself and your camera out to the garden.
Understanding digital camera modes lets you to go beyond boring snapshots and take photographs you can be proud o.
No more excuses for poor photos! iPhoneography is easy and fun. You may need some cool new apps and bitsy lenses to change it up.
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