As gardeners, we are accustomed to moving around plants. On any given day, we may find ourselves kneeling down to pull weeds, bending over to harvest fruit or leaning in close to find pests. So why do we become immobile as photographers? We should be just as active around plants when we have our cameras in tow as when we don’t.
By simply moving your body, you can dramatically improve your garden photos. How? Because when you move, you get to see things from a different perspective, or point of view. As a result, you can make your images more appealing with just a bit of fancy footwork!
In this second e-book of the Gardener’s Photography Series (GPS), you’ll learn how shooting from different angles – standing, kneeling, moving to one side, and standing on top of something – can help you take better garden photos.
Ready to step away from ho-hum photos? Click here to download the e-book now!
Peace and zen,