Posts Tagged ‘digital photography’

Thirty Ways to Look at a Flower, May 20

Saturday, March 12th, 2011

I’ll be offering this lecture and audio-visual presentation at the Norfolk Botanical Garden, Norfolk, VA. It will demonstrate how digital imaging has revolutionized photography and liberated photographers to limitless possibilities. It will be open to the public and also serve as an introduction to my weekend workshop. For details and to register, go to http://www.norfolkbotanicalgarden.org/programs-events/calendar/events/518

New York’s Great Gardens, May 7-13

Sunday, December 12th, 2010

This is the first workshop that the Rocky Mountain School of Photography has held in New York City – and the first time they are offering a workshop on garden photography. I’m very proud of this new association and have planned a workshop that will introduce you to some of New York City’s best gardens and instruct you on the finer points of digital photography for creating magnificent images of flowers. We will be exploring five of the city’s premier gardens at the height of the spring bloom. I’ve photographed these gardens for many years and know them intimately. In addition to daily outings, there will be time for instruction and review sessions. For more information and to register, go to the website of the Rocky Mountain School of Photography.

Photographing Spring at Winterthur, May 14-15

Sunday, December 12th, 2010


I’ll be returning to the Winterthur Garden and Estate in Wilmington, Delaware to offer a digital photography workshop at the peak of one of the most spectacular spring blooms in the east coast. We’ll find a heavenly mix of woodland azaleas and rhododendrons plus peonies, irises and possibly roses at this time. All that plus the wonderful fresh greens of Winterthur’s stately trees, lush ferns and an aquatic garden. Our focus will be on capturing the spring bloom making the most of our digital cameras. There will be time for instruction on the finer points of digital photography, including after-capture techniques, and to review your images and suggest ways to improve them. More information is available at Winterthur’s website.

Discovering the Beauty of Floral Photography, February 26-27

Saturday, December 11th, 2010

This digital photography weekend workshop at Bok Tower Gardens, Lake Wales, Florida will explore the formal and natural gardens at this national historic landmark. At this time, we’ll have a chance to find beautiful examples of camellias and other spring blooms and we’ll learn creative ways to portray them with our digital cameras. Our group will have access to the grounds starting at sunrise to capture the early light and again in the late afternoon until sunset. In between, we’ll have classroom time for instruction on the finer points of digital photography, including after-capture techniques, as well as time to review your images and suggest ways to improve them.

For more information and to register, go to the Bok Tower Gardens website: www.boktowergardens.org