Photographing Texas Wildflowers - April 8-11

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The Dallas Arboretum & Botanical Garden is sponsoring my intensive 31/2 day workshop on photographing Texas wildflowers. Every spring, the Texas hill country bursts into a spectacle of color as bluebonnets, Indian paintbrush and other wildflowers come into bloom. Located in the heart of this wildflower country is Brenham—a charming town in its own right and a perfect base for exploring wildflowers in the surrounding hills. For a taste of what’s in store, you can find a sampling of my Texas wildflower photographs on flickr.

To make sure you get the most from your visit, I will scout in advance to find the top wildflower locations and bring you there at the best light. We will go on two daily outings and you will have many opportunities to develop your skills in flower, landscape and travel photography. In addition to the on-location instructions you will receive, we will hold two critique sessions to evaluate and improve your photography and help you set goals for the next outing. You will also learn simple “after capture” techniques to increase the impact of your images.

Click here to register. Scroll down a bit to find the workshop.

For more information please do not hesitate to contact me at [email protected] or call me at (646) 519 1751; or email Joy Ijams at the Dallas Arboretum: [email protected]