It's handy to know the parts of flowers that the course talks about. This video provides a quick breakdown of the parts of flowers covered during the course as you enhance pictures of flowers.
- [Instructor] All right, so here's a quick crash course on flower parts. These are the filaments. The anthers are at the top of the filaments, and together they make the stamen. Petals you probably know. Stigma is at the very tippy-top of the style, which I never actually name, and together, those two make up the pistil. So there you have it, now we're on the same page.
First, brush up your botanical vocabulary. Then learn how to take your raw photos and start editing them into something more. Find out how to build texture, enhance color and tone, and direct focus to draw viewers into the areas you want to highlight. Susan switches between different apps on desktop and mobile, to show the strengths of each tool. Follow along to find the workflow that works best for you and your photographic style.
- Why we photograph flowers
- Editing to draw focus
- Enhancing texture and color
- Refining your story
- App hopping: Using the best tool
- Assessing your progress