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  • Lesson 3

    Good Garden Photography series

    The PhotoBotanic Garden Photography Workshops


    "Learning how to read the quality of light is the single most important skill in good garden photography. Even a good composition will fail if the light is bad."
    ibook google_play

    $1.99

  • Lesson 2

    Think Like a Camera series

    The PhotoBotanic Garden Photography Workshops


    Every photo should have a focal point, a spot within the frame where your story is told. The rule of thirds helps place those “sweet spots.” Focal Points is the second 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

    $1.99

  • Lesson 1

    Think Like a Camera series

    The PhotoBotanic Garden Photography Workshops


    Framing is the first lesson in THINK LIKE A CAMERA, series 2 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

    $1.99

  • Lesson 4

    Good Garden Photography series

    The PhotoBotanic Garden Photography Workshops


    "So far, in these lessons on garden photography, we have explored the rudiments of composition and light in making good garden photos. In this lesson, we step back and begin to analyze why we take pictures"
    ibook google_play

    $1.99

  • Gardening in Summer-Dry Climates

    At its core, Gardening in Summer-Dry Climates encourages gardeners to understand and work in harmony with their region. By choosing naturally occurring, climate-appropriate plants, gardeners can promote healthier ecosystems and make a difference from their own backyards. Working with rather than against the summer-dry climate means reducing impact on water supplies and creating spaces that attract and sustain wildlife. It means taking a step back, letting nature assert itself in the garden, and welcoming in the unique wildness of these special regions. USA Shipping Only  
  • Prints beginning at $30 with optional framing. Also available as Notecards. Click to Purchase and see framing options. Gingko Branch with Camellia first appeared in Plants Celebrated:
  • Good Garden Photography - Book 1 of the  4 part e-book series: The PhotoBotanic Garden Photography Workshop. Awarded the Gold as Best Book Overall by Garden Writers Association for overall excellence in writing, photography, and design for garden book published in 2014. Also available as lessons with comments to readers in The Garden Photography Workshop section of Living Books Individual lessons available as iBooks.  
  • Grasses

    $19.95

    Grasses:  Versatile Partners for Uncommon Garden Design

    "GRASSES - a beautiful and practical guide to raising ornamental grasses in one's garden. Filled cover to cover with excellent color photographs by life-long gardener and gardening photographer Saxon Holt of aesthetic and splendid grasses, the profusely illustrated text presents the reader with a wide choice of colored grasses to best accentuate the beauty of one's garden and how to best select choice plants for wet, dry, hot, or shady sites. Highly recommended for personal and professional gardening, horticultural and landscaping reference collections, even non-gardeners will appreciate the dazzling, coffee-table book quality photography of this singularly elegant yet practical guide." USA Shipping Only
  • Lesson 2

    Think Like a Gardener series

    The PhotoBotanic Garden Photography Workshops


    Hardscape is what physically defines a garden — the bones. For landscape architects, it is the frame upon which the plants are draped; look for it as you consciously compose your picture. Hardscape is the second 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

    $1.99

  • Hardy Succulents - Tough Plants for every Climate

    From agaves to ice plants, and from sedums to sempervivums, hardy succulent plants bring beauty, versatility, and intrigue to perennial gardens in every hardiness zone. No longer relegated to desert climates, succulents offer extraordinary color, texture, durability, and ease of care. It's no wonder succulents are some of the hottest plants to capture the attention of enthusiastic growers in all zones. USA Shipping Only
  • PhotoBotanic Extraction.  Flowering branch illustrated against garden background.  Featured as how-to for members in Plants Illustrated. Limited edition of 5; printed image size 14.5 x 22 on deckled art paper 22 x 29, signed with title and annotation. Reproductions available in any size through Fine Art America
  • This iPhone 5/5S case combines a shatter-proof, scratch-resistant hardshell with a cushioned rubber insert to provide superior protection for your phone.
    • Fits iPhone 5/5S
    • "Apple" and "iPhone" are trademarks of Apple Computer, Inc., registered in the U.S. and other countries

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