“All of the beautifully reproduced photographs are accompanied by text that helps and never talks down to the reader.” —Shutterbug
“Learn the basics of close-up photography with helpful tips, definitions, exercises and case studies covering the features of current D-SLRs, how to compose and more.” —Outdoor Photographer
“A beautiful book explaining how we can take stunning close-up photos in our gardens. . . . This book will help bring your garden photos to a new level of quality and effectiveness.” —Recorder
“A wonderful guide for photographers looking to take it to the next level.” —English Garden
“Although the book is lovely to look at, it isn’t a coffee-table copy. Instead, Detrick, an award-winning photographer and instructor, has created a hard-working, soft-cover book that plenty of gardeners would be happy to see under their Christmas trees.” —Minneapolis Star Tribune
“Both aspiring and accomplished photographers will find just the right information on the basics of taking close-ups and how to used digital cameras to best advantage, along with tips on digital effects, storage, and manipulation of images.” —Journal Inquirer
About the Author
Alan L. Detrick is a professional photographer whose images of nature and gardens appear in media worldwide. He has lectured and conducted photography workshops at Maine Media Workshops, The New York Botanical Garden, Chanticleer Garden, Brookside Gardens, and Longwood Gardens, as well as for the the American Horticultural Society, the Garden Club of America, and the Garden Writers Association, where he was elected into the Hall of Fame in 2010. He is the author of Macro Photography for Gardeners and Nature Lovers.