A photograph speaks volumes to the viewer. A good photograph can boost sales, strengthen customer relationships (as they feel more a part of your farm with good images that tell an effective story), and increase the perceived value of your flower farm. A poor or non-existent photo can do the exact opposite. Learning to take good photos doesn’t have to be hard or expensive, but it is very important.
Attendees of this session will learn the importance of taking beautiful photos of their farm, how to choose a consistent photography style for their farm, and how to choose a camera that fits their style, budget and knowledge level. Furthermore, ASCFG members will learn about the basic composition of a good photo, how to take one, and how to edit the image.
Teri ran a successful photography business for over 10 years and taught various classes on journaling and plant care. She is the planner, purchaser, grower, harvester, and marketer behind the flower farm. Muddy Fox Flower Farm is located on a 48 acre property in Pennsylvania.