Flowers make perfect photographic subjects for a variety of reasons: they are colorful and ever changing, they come in many different varieties, and you can find they everywhere. Best of all, they absolutely love to pose for the camera! Flower subjects are infinite, from wild daisies scattered in a field to your florist's finest roses, from spring's early crocuses and daffodils to the elegance of calla lilies and orchids.
Everyone loves flowers!
If your flower photos are less than spectacular, this is the class for you! Kathleen will share her tips and secrets to creating her stunning, award winning flower photographs. You'll learn the rules of composing beautiful flower photos, how to isolate and simplify your flower compositions, how to use natural light to your advantage, as well as how to work around less than desirable lighting situations. You will learn to look at flowers in new and exciting ways. You'll learn which of your current equipment is best for flower photography, and we'll even teach you how to inexpensively make some of your gear! We will teach you what to look for in a subject and how to best work it to create flower photos you can be proud of. You will learn easy techniques to turn simple floral subjects into impressive works of art.
"When you take a flower in your hand and really look at it, it's your world for the moment. I want to give that world to someone else."
Too much rain? Snowed in? Nothing blooming in your part of the world? Not a problem! We'll discuss how to photograph flowers indoors with natural lighting when the weather doesn't cooperate for outdoor shooting. Kathleen lives in Maine, and still shoots flowers every week, year round. Ron lives in Washington State, an...