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Nature Photography Tips with Jonathan Willner: Macro Photography Lighting


Nature Photography Tips with Jonathan Willner: Macro Photography Lighting

Published by ArtofJCW Jan 19, 2017

In this nature photography tutorial we join nature photographer Jonathan Willner as he explaining some of his macros photography lighting techniques. This video is Part 1 of a multi series macro photography tutorial starting with an introduction to various lighting techniques that Jonathan frequently use when photographing nature close up .

 

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Nature Photography Tips with Don Komarechka: Macro Photography


Nature Photography Tips with Don Komarechka: Macro Photography

Published by Mike Howard on Jun 11, 2013

In this video we join award winning nature and landscape photographer, Don Komarechka discussing Macro Photography. Don’s specialty is extreme close-ups of snow flakes. He also shares many other amazing macro images.

 

Nature Photography Tips with Stephanie Wilkerson: Seven Guidelines for Better Flower Photography


Nature Photography Tips with Stephanie Wilkerson: Seven Guidelines for Better Flower Photography

Published by eHow on Mar 25, 2013

In this nature photography tutorial we join photographer Stephanie Wilkerson ion the studio for some flower still life photographs. She discusses The seven guidelines for better flower photography that you’re definitely going to want to follow. Find out about the seven guidelines for better flower photography with help from a passionate photographer and artist in this free video clip.

Expert: Stephanie Wilkerson
Filmmaker: Malcholm Reese

Series Description: You don’t have to have years of experience to shoot like a professional photographer – you just have to know how to use the equipment you have for the greatest effect. Get tips on photography with help from a passionate photographer and artist in this free video series.

Nature Photography Tips: Interview with Jonathan Singer

Published by: Jonathan Singer  on Dec 16, 2015

In this nature photography video we watch an interview with Dr. Jonathan Singer turned fine art nature photographer. During the interview Dr. Singer discusses his career change and his battle with Parkinson Disease, heart troubles and lymphoma.  If he isn’t “The Best Botanical Photographer in the World” he sure is an inspiration to us all.

Nature Photography Tips with Harold Davis: Creative Vision and Craft


Nature Photography Tips with Harold Davis: Creative Vision and Craft

Published by B and H on Nov 2, 2012

In this exciting presentation from B & H, we join nature photographer Harold Davis with a demonstrate on his unique vision which blends painstaking craft and respect for the aesthetic traditions of art and photography with an informed attitude towards the tools of digital photography and today’s latest technologies. Harold will show some of the imagery that he is best known for, including his night photography, digital monochrome, and floral imagery. There will also be a special showing of his handmade prints.

Harold will explain how he makes his images, discuss digital workflow and new technologies such as HDR (High Dynamic Range) photography, and describe how digital photography has become a new art form with many opportunities for creating unique imagery not possible before.

I Sit Here In Tears

Landscape and nature photographer Melissa Fague

I sit here in tears looking at my computer screen, not because of sadness but because of joy. Today, I researched my name and was pleasantly surprised on what I saw. For seven years, I have been growing as a landscape and nature photographer. During that same period of time my family and I have been working on building Pi Photography Fine Art. Over the years there have been many hurdles, curves in the roadway, and pitfalls that we have encountered; each carrying their own unique set of challenges to overcome. There have been countless times over the years that I have wondered if all the time that has been invested, all the time away from friends and loved ones, and all the resources invested was ever going to pan out.

I am a single mom of two and have been for most of my adult life; I had my son at 20 and my daughter at 22. I’ve worked endless hours at good jobs but jobs that didn’t fulfill me as a person. In 2009, after a car accident, my good but financially unstable life was destroyed and it had to be rebuilt from the ground up. At 32, severally hurt from the accident with a lot of time on my hands I went back to school through online classes and eventually received my degree. The years of going to school, being a mom, healing, working a job (some points 2), learning about business and growing my business has been the most exhausting experiences of my life but they have also been the most rewarding.

Today I saw my name and I began to cry.

Some of you may find that statement a little ridiculous but those of you who have been challenging yourself day in and day out will understand. Those of you artists or innovators trying to be seen will understand. I’ve been selling my nature and landscape photography wall art through my own website for about 4 years now, Fine Art America, Etsy and Houzz platforms for about 6 months. But today, because of Trademark Fine Art, I saw my name and my work on Amazon, Overstock and Wayfair; three of the largest internet retailers in the world!

I cried because I see that the work is paying off…I cried because I could have given up but I didn’t; for that I am thankful and proud. My hope is this is not just a step in the right direction but a huge jump in the right direction.

Pi Photography and Fine Art Online Nature and Landscape Photography Wall Art Prints on amazon.com

Pi Photography and Fine Art Online Nature and Landscape Photography Wall Art Prints on Overstock.com

Pi Photography and Fine Art Online Nature and Landscape Photography Wall Art Prints on Wayfair.com

 

 

 

 

“Keep Going! Your hardest times often lead to the greatest moments of your life. Keep going. Tough situations build strong people in the end.”  ― Roy T. Bennett, The Light in the Heart

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Thank You For the Support

I just wanted to take a moment to say thank you to everyone who came out to Friday night’s art loop in Wilmington, Delaware. I would have to say that we had several hundred people walk through the doors between 5-9 and most of the time the rooms were shoulder to shoulder. Telo Massage Studio was full all night with visitors looking through our photo prints, talking about our photographs, their own photography and artistic abilities and more. In my opinion, the event was a huge success.  We we’re so busy I wasn’t able to photograph anything during the event, I’ll need to hire someone next time ;). Thank you again everyone for making the night so memorable.

Nature Photographer Melissa Fague and Telo Massage Studio Owner Julie Mundis

Pi Photography and Fine Art wall art on display framed black and white landscape photo Windy Beach Pi Photography and Fine Art wall art on display framed landscape photo The Cove Telo Massage studio outdoor seating area during the nature and landscape photography event. The food spread during the nature and landscape photography event during the Wilmington art loop at Telo Massage Studio. Pi Photography and Fine Art matted landscape and nature photography wall art on display during the Art Loop Pi Photography and Fine Art matted landscape and nature photography wall art and framed nature and landscape photography wall art on display during the Art Loop

 

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