Flower Photography Artistry - Course Preview

Tony Sweet
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Duration:   1 mins

It takes education, patience, and practice to achieve flower photography artistry. In this video series, renowned professional photographer Tony Sweet takes you to the majestic Longwood Gardens in Pennsylvania and shows you how to capture a variety of flowers in full bloom.

You will learn how to compose close-ups, the ideal camera settings, and when to use a macro, telephoto, or zoom lens. Tony gives you tips on shooting water lilies, azaleas, orchids, sunflowers, hibiscus, and even dragonflies. Mainly, you will learn how to capture the image you compose with your eyes.

Flower photography takes intense concentration, but the results are well worth the effort.

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Isolation Photography: Capturing Flowers
Close-Up Photography: Shooting Patches of Flowers
Quick Tips for Photographing Dragonflies
Panning and Stitching Photos on the iPhone
Capturing Dew Drops to Enhance Your Photos
Capturing Flowers Using Multiple Lenses
Editing Photos with the Camera Bag App
Controlling the Light of Your Shot
Handheld Macro Photography
Creating HDR Images on Your Cell Phone
Shooting Through to Capture Your Subject
Creating a Swirl Pattern with a Zoom Lens
Creating an Abstract Color Swipe
Creating an Asymmetrical Image with Multiple Shots
Shooting Orchids with a Printed Background
Shooting Orchids on an iPhone
Capturing Tabletop Flowers
Digital Infrared Photography: Photographing Flowers
Adding a Textured Overlay in Photoshop
Targeting Photoshop Adjustments
Using Photoshop Scripts
Infrared Conversion
Flower Gallery