Tuesday, February 23, 2016
Get More Creative With Flowers
Want to photograph some of the world's most beautiful flowers? Want to improve your creativity and your success rate? Then join me at Longwood Gardens in Pennsylvania in June for the best flower photo workshop around.
We'll spend 3 educational and inspirational days photographing flowers in unique and beautiful ways. Learn new skills, jump start your creativity, and discover some of the easiest and most foolproof ways to create exciting macro and impressionist flower images.
This image is all about color and line. It was created with NO tripod and all natural light. Flowers reflect and transmit light in beautiful ways. Once you understand how to see the light, and how to use it to your best advantage, your images will be elevated to a much higher level.
Once you have "seen the light" you can concentrate on composition and the use of color. Have fun and learn a lot at this unique workshop. Details here http://awakethelight.com/macro-2014/
Shutter Speed 1/500 sec. Aperture F/3.5. ISO 400. Lens: Canon 100 mm macro f/2.8L IS. Camera: Canon 5D Mark III. Handheld.
TODAY'S QUOTE: "Flowers are the music of the ground from earth's lips spoken without sound." --Edwin Curran