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Capture The Beauty of Spring at Beautiful Longwood Gardens

Spend the day at Longwood Gardens, photographing the beauty of spring!

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Are you tired of the gray skies and dullness of winter? Itching to get out and capture the beauty of spring? Then we have a fantastic event for you! Come spend the day photographing the stunning beauty of spring flowers and landscapes with us at one of the top gardens not only in the country-but in the world! Longwood Gardens comes alive in spring in an incredible array of color! If you are a landscape or floral photographer, then this safari is for you!

Watch as spring color seemingly explodes to paint the landscape in vibrant hues. Tulips, daffodils, dogwoods, wisteria and more herald spring’s arrival indoors and out. Breathe in the fresh spring air and relish the beauty as we photograph in the Idea Garden and Flower Garden Walk, where more than 240,000 tulips burst into bloom!

This safari will focus on learning to see more creatively by composing gorgeous images of the grand landscape, as well as getting up close and personal with the amazing details before our eyes.

Among the many techniques discussed will be how to creatively compose images to create depth, bring out the character of the subject, learning to see and use light creatively, using fill flash and diffusers to control harsh light, the use of circular polarizers to deepen color saturation and more, how focal length affects subject and background rendition and more! You will not want to miss this one! Join us!

Note: Please go to and purchase your admission ticket as soon as you register for the safari, since the tickets sell out quickly! Make sure to purchase a ticket for 10am.

There will be a 30-minute break for lunch. There is a restaurant on-site that serves good food if you don’t want to bring a bagged lunch.

This safari is great for all levels of photo enthusiasts.

Recommended Gear: DSLR or mirrorless camera with fully charged batteries and lots of spare memory available on your card(s). Tripod and cable release. Circular polarizer. Lens hoods. Macro lens or close up accessories-helpful, but not necessary. Knee pads. You will receive an email prior to the event with further details on what to bring, when and where to meet, etc.