The Garden Workers

"Sun, shadows, passing hours,

Gardens, garden workers, flowers"

Established 1930

Photography at The Garden Workers

Click this link to read an excellent article
What Judges Look For… A Singular Perspective
by Henry Rowan

The Best Free Online Photography Courses and Tutorials

For those of you, who are looking to kick their photography skills up a notch, check out this website for a list of great free online courses and resources.   So whether you’re a budding photojournalist looking toward a career behind the lens, or just a hobbyist looking to take better shots on your next trip, you will find something useful here!

Learn Photography Online

The author of this blog is Gautam Tambay who is the co-founder of SlideRule, an education website that searches the best online courses on any subject.

For excellent Online Training - check KelbyOne 

World-Class Training for Beginners. Professionals.Everyone.

KelbyOne is more than just training. It’s a place where creative people come to learn, grow and inspire. Being a member means you get exclusive access to the world’s best instructors, thousands of self-paced classes and an inspiring community of creatives just like you.

Buy a one year subscription for a fixed price and take as many classes as you can imagine in a range of subjects such as Lightrooom, Photoshop, Creative photography and much, much more.  For detail, click this link:

A Valuable Source of Information!

Visit the Main Line Camera Club's website for a lot of valuable information such as creative tips, workshops, camera care, equipment, print resources and lots more

Photography Resources


Creative Tips

Camera Settings
Presented by Debbie Laverell

Understanding Camera Settings
Camera Settings in Detail

Ten Tips for Gorgeous Garden Photos

Taking photos in the garden is way harder than shooting indoors because you can't control all the variables (have you ever seen it snow in a kitchen?).  Take a look at this article from the Gardenista and get some great tips


Ten Tips for Garden PhotosT



Adorama Learning Center

Go the Adorama website and find information of how to become a better photographer with lots of ‘how-to’ articles and Adorama TV to see hands on videos. . Also finds detailed information about buying the right equipment. This site is a go-to site for just about anything you need to know about photography. Adorama Learning Center

AdoramaPix  is also a terrific online site for photo printing with great prices and a good selection of photo paper choices.

It's a source for the finest quality photo prints, photo books and all your photo finishing needs, produced by professionals who watch over each photo.

Digital Photo Acedemy

The Digital Photography Academy is sponsoring workshops in Philadelphia. Workshops are

taught by professional photographers Hinda Schuman and Rick Wright.

Classes are held at their respective studios, located in downtown Philadelphia. for more information

click this link  Courses

Take the first step: Exposure!

Feel adventuresome and want to venture away from your automatic settings - want to learn to use the manual settings on your camera - first you must learn about exposure and the relationship of the various components

The Exposure Triangle


Learning About Exposure

Visit the Photographer Blog for more great tips written by Mandy Jones. This site will  help you take better Photos, learn more about your camera and have more fun doing it…

It doesn’t matter what camera you use, whether it’s a Mobile Phone, Point and Shoot, DSLR or Mirrorless camera I don’t care, or how long you’ve been taking photos…

Philadelphia Photo Arts Center

PPAC is devoted to the study, practice and appreciation of photography in the Philadelphia region. We offer classes and workshops, exhibitions, lectures, and affordable access to high-end equipment and services.

Fantastic tutorials and demos for all Adobe products - Photoshop, PS Elements, Lightroom - available for all the different releases

Link to TV Channels

What Type of Photographer Are You?

By John A. Benigno

Where do you fit in? Are you a photographer who must constantly search out visually exciting subject matter or have you learned to make the subject before you appear visually exciting? Click to find out!