Flower Photography Masterclass with Éva Németh
Well known amongst discerning garden designers, flower growers and florists for her atmospheric images of gardens, flowers and the people that work with them, Éva Németh’s photographic style is unmistakable, we can always pick out her work in the pages of the leading garden and lifestyle magazines. It was working on a six month series for House and Garden that first brought her to Green and Gorgeous and we have collaborated on various shoots ever since. Consequently Eva knows every nook, cranny and angle of the farm and at peak flowering time in June you will be spoilt for choice on subject matter.
“In this masterclass, we’ll spend the day discovering and discussing photography techniques in one of the country’s most beautiful flower farms. We will learn about such things as that all-important aperture setting (or f-stop) and how the clever use of it will help you create stunning images. I will talk about how to combine good composition with lighting, shutter speed, ISO and all sorts of other technical bits and pieces to help you master photographing flowers. I will also show you how I typically work and what equipment I use.”
Eva will create one of her signature flat lays and share with you the best backdrops and techniques to capture them and Rachel will create a couple of floral displays to photograph in contrasting light conditions.
The day also includes an introduction to Lightroom – where you’ll learn how to edit and finesse your images. We have certainly gained from sessions like this with Eva and it has made a huge difference to our photography day-to-day, not only in post processing skills but it has also informed how we set up shots.
You will need: DSLR or capable bridge camera, spare memory, batteries, lenses of your preference and preferably a tripod
Date: Sunday 13th June
Time: 10 – 3.30-4pm
Cost: £180, includes all refreshments and 2 course home cooked lunch from the garden
Éva Németh is a professional photographer with a passion for every little detail of gardens and the countryside. She has created many flat lays on our flower farm, which began with our collaboration on the Cut Flower series in House & Garden throughout 2017. Her work has been published in many magazines and also with many companies and individuals who need imagery to showcase their products and to tell their stories.
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