5 edition of Photographing plants & gardens found in the catalog.
Photographing plants & gardens
|Other titles||Photographing plants and gardens|
|Contributions||Royal Horticultural Society (Great Britain)|
|LC Classifications||TR724 .N53 1994|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||158 p. :|
|Number of Pages||158|
|LC Control Number||95149496|
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From famous locations, such as Versailles, to the simplest home vegetable gardens, from worlds imagined by artists to vintage family snapshots, The Photographer in the Garden traces Photographing plants & gardens book garden’s rich history in photography and delights readers with spectacular photographs.
The book explores gardens from many angles: the symbolism of plants and flowers, how humans cultivate the landscapes that surround them, the change of the seasons, and the gardener 5/5(2). Photographing Plants and Flowers by Paul Harcourt Davies belongs on the shelf of amateur and professional photographers for many reasons.
It contains valuable information for photographing plants in both natural and manipulated settings/5(7). For this book, she spent two years visiting a whole selection of gardens based on the people behind them. She photographed people like Miriam Rothschild, Lady Salisbury and Penelope Hobhouse.
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Our own understanding of a garden will help tell a story about it. So far we have talked about garden themes, moods, seasons, light, hardscape, and design.
All these elements need plants to make a garden photo. Andrew Lawson is one of the world's leading garden photographers. Awarded the Royal Horticultural Society's gold medal for photography and twice winner of the Garden Media Guild's 'Photographer of the Year', he has illustrated books by many of the most important garden writers, including Penelope Hobhouse, Rosemary Verey and HRH The Prince of Wales.
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In this special post, Rob lets us in on the creative challenge of capturing Five-Plant Gardens in pictures, and generously shares the process he devised to make the final stunning images. If photographing individual plants take a picture of the label on another shot.
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Summary: Aimed at all photographers with an interest in gardens, from amateurs who need to learn techniques to professionals wanting to hone their skills, this book is illustrated with the author's own work. It also offers insights into the practicalities of making a living from photography.
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All Votes Add Lola Plants a Garden by. Anna McQuinn (Goodreads Author) avg rating — ratings. score:and 6 people voted. "Photographing plants & gardens is the indispensable guide for all photographers with an interest in gardens and gardeners with an interest in photography - from amateurs seeking technical advice to professionals wanting to hone their skills.
Noteworthy Books on Photographing Plants and NYBG The New York Botanical Garden () by Gregory Long (Editor); Todd A. Forrest (Editor) Call Number: QK N4 N Author: Plant Information. Lavishly illustrated with Clive Nicols' own award-winning work, this is an inspirational book as well as a practical one.
Aimed at the many photographers who find their greatest satisfaction in capturing the beauty of individual plants or their own or other people's gardens, the book provides expert advice on all aspects of the work - selective focus, the harmonious use of colour, light /5(10).
It’s not uncommon for nature and flower photographers to keep taking the same old picture of different plants and flowers.
However, flexing your creative muscles and pulling yourself out of that rut isn’t all that difficult to do. Just remember, flower and garden photography is essentially another form of portraiture; most of the same lighting rules will apply. Flowers my way. by.