Photographing Flowers


Hosted by Teri Whittaker, CPP
Sunday, February 23
8:30AM to 3:00PM

Do you love flowers, photography and being outdoors? Do you have a passion for photographing flowers outside, but are challenged to create images that you cherish? Well, come join Teri Whittaker

Teri will cover:

  • The elements of a successful outdoor flower image
  • The useful tools when photographing outdoors
  • How to evaluate backgrounds
  • To consider all photographic viewpoint options for a subject
  • To play a bit with motion blur.

After an enjoyable time photographing flowers, join Teri as she shares some of her post processing techniques that have proven successful for her in image competition.

Bring your computer for an opportunity to finish the creative process for your floral art!

 

 

Meet the speaker, Teri Whittaker:

Contrary to most photographers’ history that she hears, Teri Whittaker did not grow up with a camera in her hands. She was well into adulthood when, out of desire to accomplish a specific goal, she started researching cameras and lenses that would help her accomplish her mission.

Teri is a wife, a mom, and a mia (her grandmother name as she did not want to be called grandma). She and her family have had the opportunity to live in places such as Alaska and Africa, and to travel much of the United States.

Teri is a homebody that loves, loves, loves Thai food.

 

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