Botanical Photography Workshop
February 12 @ 9:00 am - 11:00 am
An event every week that begins at 9:00 am on Saturday, repeating until February 12, 2022
Botanical Photography: Flower and Foliage Workshop
Turn your flower photos from “blah” to “ahhh” in this two-part workshop, led by professional photographer Jerry Ginsberg.
Botanical photography is one of the most popular subjects for camera enthusiasts, and learning how to choose your composition, your lens, and how to find the right light, makes this art even more fun! Learn the key concepts of nature photography as well as camera techniques.
Session I (February 5th): Classroom instruction will consist of a narrated slide show, which highlights key concepts in nature photography; includes handouts and a brief period for Q&A. The remainder of Session I will be in the garden, practicing your techniques.
Session II (February 12th): The focus will be on flowers and foliage along the walkways throughout the gardens. Space is limited so Jerry can spend individual time with each photographer during the class.
Saturday, Feb. 5 & 12, 9:00 to 11:00 am
- 2- day workshop fee is $42 for members; $60 for nonmembers (includes full Garden admission)
- Registration is required; workshop is limited to 25 adults.
- Participants are encouraged to bring the following:
- Pad or tablet for note-taking
- Sun hat
- Tripod, cable release or switch
- Zoom lens
- Macro lens or close-up attachments if you have them
About Jerry Ginsberg
Jerry Ginsberg is a multi-award winning photographer whose landscape, nature, and travel images have graced the covers and pages of hundreds of books, magazines, travel catalogs and websites. He is the only person to have photographed each and every one of America’s 63 National Parks with medium format cameras.
Jerry has appeared on ABC TV discussing our National Parks and has been awarded Artist Residencies in several National Parks all across America. His works have been exhibited from coast to coast and have received numerous awards. Jerry’s photographic archive spans virtually all of both North and South America.
More of Ginsberg’s images are on display at www.JerryGinsberg.com