Photographing Plants and Flowers in New, Creative Ways: An In-Depth Exploration

Saturday, August 22, 2:30 PM – 6:30 PM

Instructors

Sarah Marino and Anne Belmont

Session description

Join Anne Belmont and Sarah Marino for this inspiring session on seeing and photographing plants and flowers in new, creative ways. Anne and Sarah will cover everything you need to know to photograph plants and flowers: connecting more deeply with your subjects, improving your observation skills, technical essentials, composition, working with different lighting, and photo processing – with interactive exercises, case studies, and ample time for questions along the way. With many of us staying closer to home, this session will provide you with practical skills that you can immediately apply when photographing in your garden, local area, or any travel destination.

What you will learn:

  • How to express your personal vision through photographing plants and flowers
  • Learning to see plants and flowers in new, creative ways
  • Essential composition, lighting, and processing concepts

Gear needed: A macro lens or Lensbaby lens will be helpful but neither are required. We also encourage participants to have flowers or a houseplant nearby for interactive exercises during the session.

Review session: Thursday, September 3, 7:30 PM – 9:00 PM

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