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  • Lesson 4

    Think Like a Camera series

    The PhotoBotanic Garden Photography Workshops


    Where will you set up the camera to take the picture you think you see? The exact point of view—slightly to one side of your subject or perhaps down low—is critical to a good composition. Point of View is the fourth lesson in THINK LIKE A CAMERA, the second series of the PhotoBotanic Garden Photography Workshop with garden photographer Saxon Holt. The camera is an artistic tool that frames a composition in two dimensions. Learn techniques of lines, shape, and focal points found in all good gardens to fill the frame with strong compositions. ibook google_play

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  • Lesson 5

    Good Garden Photography series

    The PhotoBotanic Garden Photography Workshops


    "This lesson in the PhotoBotanic Garden Photography Workshop covers a wide range of ideas to help you create your own style, to provoke and inspire your viewers."
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  • Lesson 5

    Think Like a Camera series

    The PhotoBotanic Garden Photography Workshops


    The camera sees in two dimensions. The shapes and spaces created within the four edges of the frame need to be balanced. Those shapes often include negative space that may result when the three dimensions of real life are reduced down to only two in a photo. Space and Shape is the fifth lesson in THINK LIKE A CAMERA, the second series of the PhotoBotanic Garden Photography Workshop with garden photographer Saxon Holt. The camera is an artistic tool that frames a composition in two dimensions. Learn techniques of lines, shape, and focal points found in all good gardens to fill the frame with strong compositions. ibook google_play

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  • Lesson 6

    Good Garden Photography series

    The PhotoBotanic Garden Photography Workshops


    "A good garden photograph is more than a pleasing composition. It should communicate something of the photographer’s appreciation of the garden…"
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  • Lesson 4

    Think Like a Gardener series

    The PhotoBotanic Garden Photography Workshops

      Garden photographers must learn to avoid hot, contrasty light and understand that soft light gives a better dynamic range and rich, realistic color. Using the Light is the fourth lesson in the THINK LIKE A GARDENER series: a collection of exercises designed to extend the photographer's perception of garden design to finding themes and telling stories. ibook google_play

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  • Lesson 3

    Think Like a Gardener series

    The PhotoBotanic Garden Photography Workshops

      To a gardener, it may seem obvious that daffodils suggest spring, roses peak in summer, apples mean autumn, and bare trees represent winter. This may be obvious to you but perhaps not to your viewer. And it may be so obvious to you that you overlook the seasonal potential for garden photography. Weather, Moods, and Seasons is the third lesson in the THINK LIKE A GARDENER series: a collection of exercises designed to extend the photographer's perception of garden design to finding themes and telling stories. ibook google_play

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