This Seminar deals with how to shoot for Stock Photography and I cover the following:
This Seminar is aimed at amateurs, professional photographers, and those wanting to get more from their initial attempts at stock.
You do not need not bring anything with you and there is a CD with all my slide notes on which will be available to purchase at the end of the session.
Jenny is a creative and talented photographer, with a breadth of experience across different fields of photography. Whilst specialising in garden photography Jenny has become a regular contributor to Calumet’s Academy delivering seminars throughout the UK on general stock photography.
She also has many years of experience photographing Schools, Balls, Proms, Graduations and Weddings.
As a leading garden stock photographer with many years under her belt in recent years she has branched out in the stock world and now supplies general stock imagery to many different stock libraries including Shutterstock, Alamy, 123RF, Dreamstime and Fotolia.
With her love of nature, Jenny spends a great deal of time photographing gardens and plants. She specialises in garden compositions, and plant and flower portraits. Her garden and plant imagery is used worldwide on calendars and in books and magazines, and can be seen in the recently launched Next Garden Centres in the South of England and on many calendars and front covers in W H Smiths.
As an established member of the Garden Photographers Association, her garden images are sought after by the national media and the horticultural trade. She has been credited with front covers on magazines including: Gardener’s World, the Horticultural Trade’s Association and Gardens’ Monthly, as well as having several hundred photographs published in other gardening magazines. Her work is regularly featured in The Times, The Telegraph, Reader’s Digest and The Mail on Sunday.
Currently her first book is out and available on Amazon, ‘Rock Creations by the Pulhams, Rock Gardens, Grottoes, Ferneries, Follies, Fountains and Garden Ornaments’, Text by Claude Hitching, with featured photography by Jenny Lilly.
Having started in photography many years ago as a keen amateur, becoming redundant, and making photography, and stock photography her career, Jenny can speak from personal experience, and help the aspiring stock photographer to avoid some of the pitfalls along the path to this exciting career.