Photo tips are spreading far beyond these walls through the magic of the internet.  The blog tour for my e-books is now in its second day, in Texas with Pam Penick.  All tour dates repeated below.

Photo workshop Mon Oct 4 2010

In conjunction with the tour I have written a summary at Gardening Gone Wild and announced a new Picture This photo contest “Photos of Summer” that will begin Sept 25 – after summer is over.

So go get those tips from the bloggers, put them to use, and enter the contest.  Special prizes in the works…

And if you just want to cram for the contest and get all the tips at once, you can always buy the books, right here 24/7.

Good Garden Photography eBook cover

PhotoBotanic Garden Photography Workshop Series

Blog Tour and Photo Tips

Red Penstemon, summer flower drought tolerant perennial in California garden

The Late Season Garden

September 9 – Dee Nash at Red Dirt Ramblings.  How to find photos in The Late Season Garden.  Dee is giving away Think Like A Gardener.

Sunlight scrim for harsh light for photographing Lilium humboldtii

Scrim for Death Star Light

September 10 – Pam Penick at Digging.  Pam wants me to give tips on how to work with Death Star Light (bright Texas sun) and will be giving away Good Garden Photography.

Frey Garden

Macro Photography

September 11 – Jenny Peterson at J Peterson Garden Design gets tips of macro photography and a reader will win Think Like A Gardener.

Roger's Red Grape vine lwaves autumn color

Roger’s Red Grape vine

September 14 – Genevieve Schmidt at North Coast Gardening.  The Leaves of Fall – making art photos with autumn leaf patterns.  Gen will feature Think Like A Camera.

Backlit flower head of Miscanthus sinensis 'Malepartus' in Chicago Botanic Garden

Photographing Grasses

September 15 – Kathy Purdy of Cold Climate Gardening.  How to Photograph Grasses featuring Think Like A Gardener.

Surise over habitat garden with pond at Los Angeles Natural History Museum

Good Garden Photography

September 16 – Evelyn Hadden at Garden Rant.  I get to rant about just what is a “good” garden photo, and a reader will win a copy of Good Garden Photography.