In an unusual cross-product-line promotion, Park Seed is now featuring “Photographing Flowers,” written and illustrated by Harold Davis, and published by Focal Press.
Harold Davis states, “It makes sense to me that many of those people who are into the wonderful plants and seeds that Park Seed provides would like striking photos of flowers, and also tips for honing their floral photographic technique. I’m delighted to see my book reach this new audience.”
According to the San Francisco Book Review, “For any photographer interested in floral photography - whether amateur or pro – [Photographing Flowers] will not only tutor them, but will inspire them.” And ASP, via the Amazon Vine program, states that Photographing Flowers is “One of the most beautiful books I've ever seen.”
Photographing Flowers: Exploring Macro World by Harold Davis is published by Focal Press and retails for $29.95. The ISBN is 978-0240820736.
About Focal Press: Focal Press has been a leading publisher of Media Technology books for 70 years, providing essential resources for professionals and students in many areas including: film and digital video production, photography, digital imaging, graphics, animation and new media, broadcast and media distribution technologies, music recording and production, mass communications, and theatre technology.
About Park Seed: One of America's oldest and largest mail-order seed and plant companies, the Geo. W. Park Seed Company, was founded in 1868 by 15-year-old George W. Park in Libonia, Pennsylvania. Eventually, Park Today, Park Seed continues to provide the finest seeds and plants for the home gardener, in accordance with George W. Park's original motto: "Your success and pleasure are more to Park than your money."
About Harold Davis: Legendary photographer and artist Harold Davis believes that advances in the technology and craft of digital photography have created an entirely new medium that begins with photography and continues as digital art. Harold’s extraordinary imagery builds on the masterworks of the past while embracing revolutionary innovations in photography. His stunning prints can be collected now.