Wildflower Photography


Composition Tips

Nightshade Wildflower

Learn how to choose the right aperture to ensure your flowers are in focus and tack sharp and how to set up your shot to create pleasing compositions.


Learn by Example

Flower Photography of a Humboldt's Lily (Lilium humboldtii)

Learn by example with 12 example photos. Each example includes the camera settings that were used, as well as a complete story of how the image was made and post-processed in Photoshop.


Image Editing Techniques

Flower Photograph (Blue Dicks (Dichelostemma capitatum)) from the Wildflower Photography eBook

How to post-process your photos with Adobe Photoshop to reduce noise, increase contrast and saturation, make small adjustments to exposure, and make your images super sharp.

Here’s a sneak peak of what you’ll learn in this 65-page eBook:

What equipment you need for photographing wildflowers.

How to set up your shot to create pleasing compositions.

How to maximize sharpness by carefully positioning your camera (NEW for this Edition).

How to get more depth of field by using focus stacking (NEW for this Edition).

How to create powerful compositions by using color theory (NEW for this Edition).


What Kind of Format is this eBook in?

Wildflower Photography is a downloadable PDF file, which can be viewed on a number of devices – laptop and desktop computers, iPhone or Android devices, iPads, and other tablets.

For iPad specific users, you can download this ebook (or any pdf document) directly to iBooks, which will allow you to access it at any time. Click here for a very handy guide that shows you exactly how to put this book into your iBooks app.

This eBook can be found here: Wildflower Photography

eBook PriceWildflower Photography by Steve Berardi

$ 12

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