See the garden in a different light…
Love gardens? Love photography? Here at Garden Photography School you’ll learn how to capture the magic of the garden with your camera and create stunning, artistic photographs you’ll want to share with friends and family.
Free on-line tutorials, newsletters and interviews with inspirational photographers will not only help you to improve your camera skills but will also encourage you to think differently about your photography; there are so many creative possibilities just waiting to be explored – whatever your level of experience or the kind of camera you use.
Above all, garden photography is fun and relaxing; whether you’re drawn to colourful flowers, tiny natural details or garden design and heritage, slowing down to photograph the world of the garden is the perfect way to re-connect with your inner creativity and the simple things in life. It’s great for your ‘Mojo’!
So join us as we pick up our cameras, open the garden gate and step inside…
Enkianthus cernus rubens
In amongst the blaze of colour created by the spectacular displays of Azaleas andView full post »
Dandelions are the scourge of many a fine lawn and their gaudy yellow flowers make them an instant and easily spottedView full post »
A brief excursion this week to the National Trust’s Hare Hill Gardens in Alderley Edge, Cheshire, yielded a fewView full post »
Today is officially the spring equinox, a landmark day in the calendar that has been made even more special here in theView full post »
Today is St. Patrick’s Day, so what better day to highlight the colour green…
Green is, of course, allView full post »
Have you been watching the spooky BBC drama serial Remember Me, starring the excellent Michael Palin as centralView full post »
Most of the time in garden photography we juggle with apertures and shutter speeds to ensure that our photographs areView full post »
I was photographing forget-me-nots for Garden Buzz Magazine the other day when I couldn’t help but notice thisView full post »
Evening light in the Fish Garden at Arley Hall
Happy New Year…I hope you enjoyed your Christmas and New YearView full post »