March 24, 2020 | Tuesday, 7pm to 9pm | ASAP Classroom
When we visit gardens, it’s easy to be overwhelmed and not know where to start. We want to photograph all of what holds our attention. Possibilities abound from the big picture to intimate gardenscapes down to the magic of macro. Three elements that guide the path are color, composition and light. Join Jamie Konarski Davidson of New Life Photos and learn how to make your garden photography grow.
In this class, Jamie will share ways to approach subjects to capture the essence of the place and the flowers, plants and living creatures that inhabit any garden. The principles can apply to nearly any natural environment. Learn basic techniques for composition. Explore ways to approach macro and close-up photography and create images that draw the viewers in. Learn how use of line, shape, pattern, texture, color and flow to add impact. Creative in-camera techniques, such as multiple exposures, motion blurs, Lensbaby, will also be shared.