I have long been a fan of Glenys Garnett, her creative flower photography and landscape work are an inspiration.
RPS Virtual Events
I mention this because the RPS is hosting a virtual event where Glenys will be talking about creative landscapes. It will cover:
In this 60 minute presentation Glenys Garnett will give you some overview and insight into her approach to capturing and creating landscape imagery. She will share her influences and the techniques she uses both in-camera and in Photoshop to show how she goes about creating her composite landscapes.
Glenys will also explain the tools you need to make a start in developing your own creative images.
The RPS is also running an online workshop where Glenys will be talking about Making Creative Landscape Images. It is restricted to six people only, but I have written to the RPS to try and make the recordings available.
Links to the Work of Glenys Garnett
Meantime if you want to follow Glenys and sample her wonderful creative images, find her Twitter feed. There are new wonderful photographs almost every day.
To see her work I have created a Pinterest board, but it is just a sample of her vast output.
Glenys is also very generous in sharing her techniques and knowledge. You can subscribe to her YouTube feed here.
One of the things I been practising during the lockdown is to imagine a scene and then to attempt to create it. This has been more relevant during these times because our freedom of movement has been curtailed. Choosing a location, turning up and hoping an opportunity will present itself is no longer so accessible. This has made me look inward more and create with what is available.
With this in mind, as we come out of lockdown. I am going to take time to study these tutorials on YouTube and the RPS, in the hope that I can share in some of the Glenys Garnett creative magic.