AFTER THIS CLASS YOU’LL BE ABLE TO:
Choose the right camera lens
Build the ideal photography gear kit
Find the best light
Know where to place the subject in the frame
Set the correct aperture and exposure
Knowing the factors that determine depth of field
How to photograph flowers
ABOUT KATHLEEN’S CLASS:
Flowers are the perfect main subjects for both beginning and professional photographers alike. Not only can they be found almost anywhere, but they offer a wide range of colors, textures and shapes to explore and experiment with.
This course takes you on an in-depth journey into the glories of flower photography, with expert photographer Kathleen Clemons as your guide. You’ll learn everything you need to know to take captivating shots that will wow your audience and celebrate the beauty of nature.
This class will help you:
Understand the difference between artistic and documentary flower images.
Choose the best flowers to photograph, such as roses, poppies, cosmos, orchids and wildflowers.
Being creative with your backgrounds; how to keep the flower as your focal point
Bring out the essence of a single flower.
Capture a flower’s life stages.
Whether you're a Nikon or Canon user, Kathleen will show you all the essential tools of flower photography, from macro lenses to plant clamps to extension tubes. She’ll cover technical details such as aperture settings, shutter speed and your depth of field, as well as stylistic issues such as composition, backgrounds and close-up or macro shots. The course will end with a demonstration of a real shoot in a garden so you can see Kathleen in action as she takes different angles and close-up images of different flowers and flower petals.
WHO THIS CLASS IS FOR:
All levels of photographers interested in photographing flowers and understanding the unique challenges of flower and macro photography.
Those who want to learn how to shoot close-up images of small subjects.
Photographers who want to know what special equipment is needed and how to deal with difficult lighting situations.
Those who want to make their flower photographs unique.