4.00 (57 reviews)
☑ How to create amazing flower images
☑ How to elevate Boring Photography to FINE ART PHOTOGRAPHY
☑ How to master the power of: Storytelling, Exposure, Composition, Illumination, Ambiance Feel and Lightroom (or Post-Production)
☑ How to expose in natural light: From HDR bracketing to romantic looking images. Or: From vintage to funky designs.
☑ How to create unique "light effects" with flashguns, gels, and simple accessories
☑ How to create compelling compositions, concepts, projects and so much more
"I didn't think flower photography could be so interesting, but the examples here with off camera flash and gels are exciting to see. A nice correlation between 'portrait' photography principles to still life. Sandy is concise and enthusiastic!" - Brian Schumacher
Hi and Welcome to our course "The Ultimate Masterclass For Creative Flower Photography" - A new tutorial in our photography series.
Crafting FANTASTIC images instead of BORING ones - this is especially important when photographing flowers and botanical locations. Many things can go wrong. For example, petals are very delicate. When the sun hits them from the wrong angle - their color bleaches out quickly. Instead of beautiful vibrancy, we see white patches.
Also - our eyes deceive us. We look at this fantastic location and think: "Oh, wow! It's so beautiful!" But when we try to capture this radiant field through our camera - the images appear flat and lackluster. Or with too much contrast. Or the wind made the capture blurry! Or - worst of all - the flowers look plain boring. You created an "okay" photograph. But NOT fine art. You wouldn't print this image or design wall art for your home.
But this is what we want to achieve, right? We want to create something special! How can you accomplish this? By learning our S.P.E.C.I.A.L recipe and our easy yet fun tricks!
In this course you will learn:
How to elevate your PHOTOGRAPHY to FINE ART PHOTOGRAPHY
How to master the power of Storytelling, Exposure, Composition, Illumination, Ambiance Feel and Lightroom (or Post-Production)
How to "SET THE SCENE" for your flower - from BORING to EXCITING
How to expose in natural light: From HDR bracketing to romantic looking images. Or: From vintage to funky designs. You decide!
How to create unique "light effects" with flashguns, gels, and simple accessories! If natural light photography is not "your thing" - then these tricks will spark your interest and inspiration for sure!
How to create compelling compositions, concepts, projects and so much more
At the end of this course, you'll be able to create the most beautiful "fine art" flower images. Instead of buying such photographs, you will be able to design them yourself! The only requirement: A DSLR, some accessories, a basic understanding of your camera's manual functions and: Being interested in becoming a more creative photographer!
Flower Photography has a great variety of techniques! Become a better photographer while having fun! Welcome, and see you in class!
Why You Need This Course To Create Amazing Flower Images
Your Flower - Your Model: Learn Our Special Recipe
Our S.P.E.C.I.A.L Recipe For Great Flower Photography
Story And Style
"Posing": Set Your Flower "In-Scene" With The Right Perspective
"Posing": How To “Flatter” The Flower And Make Your Images Look Amazing
3 Tips When Shooting In Nature And Which Items To Bring Along
Exposure - Problem Number 1: Bad Lighting And How Our Brain Tricks Our Eyes
Exposure - Problem Number 2: How To Shoot And Expose In Natural Light
Exposure - Natural Light And Amazing Effects: From Vintage To Romantic
Illumination - Working With Flashguns: From Maximum Sync Speed To HSS
Illumination - Creative Flash For The Most Stunning Color Effects
The Ambiance Feel Of Your Photograph
Elevate Your Image To The Next Level With Lightroom or ACR in Post - Production
Thank You For Watching - And Here Are Some More Ideas For Great Flower Projects!
I enjoyed this course so that I watched it twice and still learned things I missed the first time around.
The course was disappointing .........there was due to very little demonstrations .......the course was a verval presentation given by the author .............I learned more seaching youtube.....
The course had some interesting and useful tips that I can see myself using. The downside was that although hints and tips are provided they're not provided as a downloadable resource for ease of future reference, and more examples with explanations of shutter speed, aperture and ISO to get the desired outcomes would have been better. From a personal learning style I found the the graphics with the hand writing out the slide annoying, but that's down to personal preference.
O kadar kötü bir kurs ki yazmaya nereden başlayacağımı bilemedim . Aynı sıkıcı fotoğrafları tekrar ve tekrar göstermeniz üstüne tüy dikiyor. Tek cümleyle para ziyanlığı.
I think this was a great course. I learned techniques that I didn't know about. She did a good job of explaining everything. My only complaint, not enough demonstrations. I'm a visual learner, so for me, the more I see, the more I learn. Overall, it was a good course and great info!
The training is well paced and pleasing to view. The examples were relevant and inspiring.This course gave me inspiration and directions to take my flower photography to a better level. I especially liked the tips for the creative aspects used.
Wonderful examples of creativity, I expected the usual macro techniques - pleasantly surprised that it goes further than that. Never thought about mixing gel photography with flowers, but the examples look pretty cool so I will give it a go
Fun and interesting ideas for flower photography, I like the presentation style of the instructor too! She explains well, covering from the basics to more advanced tips.
Wonderful images and colorful photography tips. Really outstanding images of flowers that I had not thought of, with off camera flash and props.
Great flower images and Sandy gives a unique perspective on getting interesting photography with new ideas!
im old and dont like alot of photoshop and didn't know much about gel and things like shoting thur a glass ..ect . looksm like i may have to change my mind,
Sandy injects a lot of fun into what I thought might be a dry subject (flower photography) - but this is an interesting and different way of thinking about it. Still life was never my strong suit but there are good ideas here that can be applied not only to flowers but other still life photography as well. Some of the sample photographs are breathtaking.
Great shots! And new perspectives on flower photography - I confess to being an iPhone flower photographer point and shoot, despite enjoying portrait photography in a studio. This is giving me a lot of ideas to go out and try in my local park at least - the gel photographs are really quite something. Highly recommended for sure.
I didn't think flower photography could be so interesting, but the examples here with off camera flash and gels are exciting to see. A nice correlation between 'portrait' photography principles to still life. Sandy is concise and enthusiastic, keep going!