Last week I was lucky enough to join a photography workshop at the Garden I work in. It was run by Philip Smith who founded the International Garden Photographer of the Year competition, so I hoped to pick up some tips on how I can improve my own photography.
The course was great, partly because it taught me to take my time when setting up a shot and also because it really clarified some of the more technical aspects of photography that I am still getting my head around. Inspired, I headed out into the Garden.
Here are some of the results, as usual comments and thoughts are very welcome.