A lot of people think that photography is about equipment. They love the gear, the mystique, the gadgets. Although I have made my living as a freelance photographer for more than 30 years, and have been published in magazines, newspapers and books all over the world, many amateurs have cameras far more sophisticated than mine. For me, photography is about seeing and about communicating. This can often be done with the simplest of equipment.
Most photographers make a lot of mistakes when they start out. I certainly did. Hopefully, we learn from our mistakes and quit repeating them. Here is an opportunity to boost your photography skills using my bad examples. Whether the aspiring photographer uses a disposable point and shoot camera, a single lens reflex or the latest in digital technology, the tips and examples I present are guaranteed to lead to better garden photographs.
A critique of work or hour-long demonstration following the talk may be added for an additional fee. Longer Custom Photography Workshops are also available
Contact Karen to book this talk or inquire about workshops.