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6 edition of Photographing your garden found in the catalog.

Photographing your garden

by Gail Harland

  • 53 Want to read
  • 16 Currently reading

Published by Guild of Master Craftsman in Lewes .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Photography of gardens

  • Edition Notes

    StatementGail Harland.
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsTR662 .H37 2003
    The Physical Object
    Pagination179 p. :
    Number of Pages179
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL3358123M
    ISBN 101861083610
    LC Control Number2004401932
    OCLC/WorldCa52946053

    Not only did Good Garden Photography win the Silver Award from the Garden Writer’s Association as the best e-book, it received the gold as Best Book Overall.. Available as a pdf download at PhotoBotanic.. $ ***** Writing about 30 years of garden photography, photo assignments, personal art explorations, and stock photo library. Description “Good Garden Photography is the first of a series of beautifully produced e-books in which this award-winning expert shares the mental and physical processes he uses to create riveting images in which every element is carefully considered and contributes to the story.”– Evelyn Hadden – Garden Rant In Book 1 of the PhotoBotanic Garden Photography Workshop e-books, garden.

    Every garden has a story. Whether you want to share your photos on Facebook, frame a photo as art, or submit photos of your garden to the Garden Photo of the Day, it all starts with understanding your garden’s unique story. We are often asked for tips for taking stunning garden photos. Tips. Shoot big .   Top Garden Photography Tips From A Photography Pro. A note book and pen - useful for making a note of When photographing in a garden there are a .

    More than any other group of plants, I love to photograph grasses. They bring light, motion, and texture to gardens. They range widely in size and color, and mix well into all garden styles, from beds and borders to meadows and in containers. Because they are so versatile in blending into gardens they can be hard to photograph. I began to understand how to capture their ornamental effects.   It’s not uncommon for nature and flower photographers to keep taking the same old picture of different plants and flowers. However, flexing your creative muscles and pulling yourself out of that rut isn’t all that difficult to do. Just remember, flower and garden photography is essentially another form of portraiture; most of the same lighting rules will apply. Flowers my way. by.


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Picture commentaries by Sarah Anne McNear and an informative essay from curator Jamie M. Allen broaden our understanding of photography and how it. Andrea spent a year photographing the incredible gardens at West Dean for a new book, 'At West Dean: The Creation of an Exemplary Garden' written by the garden's creators Jim Buckland and Sarah Wain.

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