"Strolling the Garden, Camera in hand", is about garden photography and how you can take better pictures in the garden. It's a dynamic visual presentation filled with example images so you can learn to see light, different angles & composition.
"Your teaching of the use of lighting and layout, focus, and color was clear and wonderfully illustrated!"
Phyllis Bauer Hardy Plant Society
Doreen has been a professional photographer for some 30 years. Be it commercially driven, people shots for business or pleasure, product, location sites and the likes, even Art images for the wall…
Submitting regularly to Fine Gardening, Garden Gate, Sunset and the New Garden Design magazine among others, Doreen's work has
She's has been providing imagery as princlple photographer for Monrovia Growers, along with several other nurseries.
These days Doreen is branching into presenting you more ways to seeing light, hence taking better pictures of your own gardens.
Doreen has a ever growing Horticultural Library located at www.EyeoftheLady.com that contains about 5% of her inventory of plants, landscapes and hardscaping.
The Pacific Northwest, Arizona, Hawaii or Anywhere you need me to be!
Bondi Nyary, VP of ANLD from Portland, OR - 11/18/2013 14:47:21
Doreen's presentation on how to make the most of my skills in garden photography was very well presented. I came away with new concepts that have enabled me to take better photographs. Her gorgeous photos illustrated her excellent talk, which was a huge help in defining a few problems I've had in the past. As another friend and landscape designer said, "I learned some things".
Sandra Nyeholt from Walnut, CA - 11/07/2013 12:47:59
A wonderfully inspiring presentation with excellent examples of how to make a difference between ordinary and extraordinary garden photos. Doreen's enthusiasm and fun personality shines to make for a fun & educational experience with valuable take-away. Highly recommended!
Anthony Gordon from Corvallis Oregon - 02/26/2012 20:41:52
Doreen's slides and presentation are inspiring, both for photographers and garden designers, and garden appreciators! A kaleidoscope of gorgeous images She picks out detail and delight at all different times of the day, reminding us to keep looking, keep seeing! Her photo tips are very helpful to the serious photographer.