The photography of gardens and nature of Franklin Nolla
Photography is considered a form of expression, communication and art that has become popular, as it becomes accessible to anyone, through a digital camera or a cell phone.
Nature photography, on the other hand, is a theme that proposes to register several natural scenarios, whether they are: plants, landscapes, meteorological events, animals, small details of a microcosm inserted, for example, in a bromeliad.
It usually focuses on capturing aesthetic aspects, but it can also represent a means of raising awareness about the need to preserve natural habitats and to defend biodiversity and the environment.
Bear in mind that photos of the natural environment require more than a simple visual record. According to renowned landscape journalist and photographer Franklin Nolla, "derives from this the importance of having the knowledge and keen eye of the photographer who work as capturing the quality differential of natural or projected spaces."
In this way, photographing nature, parks and gardens means going beyond the mere transport of the three-dimensional image to the two-dimensional plane. A landscape photographer usually has an adventurous spirit and does not hesitate to cross seas, climb mountains, explore forests, go through deserts, in short, face all kinds of situations - inhospitable or not - to record exactly what he wants in a given natural environment.
This spirit was present in the history and records of Franklin Nolla, who dedicated a large part of his career to landscape photography. The records captured by your lenses speak for themselves and transport viewers to enchanting places and landscapes.
Jardins du Monet – France
Jardin du Alchimiste a France
Franklin Nolla is currently dedicated to sharing his experiences as a landscape photographer in his Garden and Nature Photography Workshop. In this landscape photography course for apprentices, lovers and professionals, Franklin teaches the ways to obtain better results in the photos produced.
In addition to the incredible shared experience and learning that is valid for any landscape lover, Franklin Nolla highlights that artistic garden photography can work as a valuable work tool for architects, landscapers, professionals related to Nature and environmental issues.
In his words, “the production of photos better suited to the needs of the target audience, whether they are the most appropriate design of portfolios, the illustration of works or publications, the mere pleasure of photographing, among other possibilities, adds important value to professional activities or qualifies leisure time. ”
May the records of nature be eternal and keep the soul of its creator.