Every gardener who seeks to capture the fleeting moments of perfection in plants and gardens must inevitably turn to photography. In this remarkably clear and informative book, celebrated photographer Ian Adams provides detailed instruction in every aspect of the art and craft of garden photography, from selecting the right equipment to starting a garden photography business. Chapters include such topics as: Digital cameras Film and filters Sharpness and exposure Abstracts and close-ups Lighting Scouting and preparing the garden The garden vista Garden structures Gardens through the seasons Finding fine gardens Making color prints Filled with the author's first-hand experience and expert wisdom, The Art of Garden Photography is certain to be a treasured reference for gardeners and garden photographers.
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Celebrated photographer Ian Adams provides detailed instruction in every aspect of the art and craft of garden photography, from selecting the right equipment to starting a garden photography business. The book focuses on digital methods and will help you make the transition from traditional photography to digital. Chapters include topics such as camera types, film, filters, sharpness, exposure, abstracts, close-ups, lighting, preparing the garden, garden structures, gardens through the seasons, finding fine gardens, and making color prints. Carefully selected gorgeous photographs throughout the book give life to the author's points about composition and framing. Armed with his firsthand expert experience and wisdom, you will learn how to undertake and perfect your own garden photography projects.About the Author:
Ian Adams is an environmental photographer specializing in natural, rural, historic, and garden photography. In 2003 the U.S. Postal Service selected one of Ian's rural Ohio photographs as the image for an Ohio Bicentennial postage stamp. Ian has conducted more than 100 nature and garden photography seminars and workshops throughout the United States at such places as the Cleveland Botanical Garden, Longwood Gardens, the Holden Arboretum, the Garden Writers Association, Phipps Conservatory, and the Perennial Plant Association. A convert from film to digital photography, Ian teaches the advantages and limitations of digital cameras versus film cameras, as well as hints on using a personal computer to fine-tune digital garden photographs for various uses. Ian feels that America's natural, rural, and historical heritage is fragile, and he hopes photographs can serve as a legacy to create a better awareness of these irreplaceable resources for future generations.
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