Learn How To Photograph Flowers
If you’re like most gardeners, you’re proud of your hard work and want to share photos of your gardening successes with your friends and family. Or perhaps that beautiful rose bush, field of poppies, or container grouping is especially stunning, and you want to capture its beauty in a photograph to hang in your home, memorializing its beauty forever.
So you grab your camera or phone, snap what you know will be the perfect photo of your masterpiece, and . . . it just doesn’t do it justice. How disappointing! Maybe it’s the lighting, the time of day, the angle – who knows?
Harold Davis knows! Author of more than 30 books, including The Way of the Digital Photographer and Monochromatic HDR Photography: Shooting and Processing Black & White High Dynamic Range Photos, Davis is also a featured columnist for Photo.net. Of his floral photography, Popular Photo Magazine stated: “Harold Davis’ ethereal floral arrangements have a purity and translucence that borders on spiritual.” Davis leads sold-out photography workshops in Paris, Germany and the U.S., and now on your computer or mobile device with Craftsy!
Take a look at the overview of what the floral photography course covers – the beauty of the Craftsy courses is that you can watch the Lessons whenever and wherever you want, repeating the segments as often as you’d like, for as long as you’d like! But just because the class is online doesn’t mean that it’s completely impersonal, as you’ll be able to ask questions and receive feedback from not only the instructor, but from your fellow students, as well. Additionally, you can upload your own photographs and receive critiques from Harold and your classmates along the way.
If you’ve not yet discovered Craftsy and the fantastic catalog of fun and creative online courses they offer, you’re in for a treat. Click on this link to register for the floral photography class – have fun! And please feel free to share your photographic masterpieces with us once you’ve graduated.
Important Note: You may be wondering if you need to invest in expensive photography equipment in order to participate in this course – absolutely not! As long as you have a digital camera or a smart phone, you’re all set.