The Garden Photography Workshop

Expert Tips and Techniques for Capturing the Essence of Your Garden
by Andrea Jones

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Learn to take better garden photos!
One of the most rewarding aspects of gardening is sharing its beauty, both physically with those who visit and virtually with those who only see it on a screen. But capturing a garden’s true essence is difficult, and often the moments worth...
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Published By Timber Press

Format Paperback


Number Of Pages 224

Publication Date 03/08/2017

ISBN 9781604696691

Dimensions 8 inches x 9 inches

“The kind of book that gardeners and garden lovers have been clamoring for. . . . The Garden Photography Workshop is a reference everybody who has a garden and wants to document it better should have.” —Succulents and More

“You aren't even going to need another book on garden photography, once you've read this one.” —TestTryResults​

“This practical book will help anyone, from the casual iphone using garden snapper to the enthusiastic hobby gardener, learn how to take better garden photos. . . . Give a few pages a quick scan, or pore over the technical notes—regardless, readers are bound to take better pictures of their garden as a result of the easy-to-follow help in this book.” —The English Garden

“A beautiful new book. . . . shares tips and tricks for practitioners using a wide variety of photography equipment. . . . Garden portraits shot by Jones offer templates and inspiration for the aspiring garden photographer and eye-candy for garden lovers.” —NYBG Plant Talk

“Pick up a copy of this book. . . . and you’ll see an almost instant improvement in almost anything you dare to shoot.” —Garden Design Online

“Capture the garden’s seasons like a pro.” —San Diego Home and Garden Lifestyles​

“Andrea Jones shares the trade secrets that make her photos sing.” —The Irish Garden

“If you post pictures of your plants and garden on social media, this book is a must-read.” —Waitrose Magazine