Want to learn to take better photos of your beautiful floral designs?

We all know the power of an image, the ability for our clients to see how beautiful your work is and know instantly they want you to work with them on their wedding day or event.

Imagine being able to create images this compelling yourself?

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You don’t know how to style your flowers to create beautiful consistent images for your brand

You keep taking photos but they come out dark or the colours don’t look right

You don't know where to start with what equipment to use – you have a phone camera but don’t know how to get the best out of it, or you have a camera that rarely makes it out of the box

You are either a professional florist or hobbyist florists who wants to improve the photos you take of your beautiful floral creations. You know you need amazing photos of your flowers, and you have some time to spend learning how to photograph flowers, but you’ve hit a bit of a block

Does this sound like you?

You don’t get photos back from wedding photographers of your floral designs to share on your social media or you have to wait months for them

You aren't in the position to have a professional shoot done and need easy to follow floral photography course so you can take photos whenever you need them





Imagine if you could...

Confidently use your camera or phone to take photos of your floral designs in your studio or on location

Have flower photography ideas ready to style your latest creation

Always have a bank of flower photographs to share on social media

Know you’re showing your best work to potential clients to help bring in bookings


DIY Flower Photography Course

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The flower photography tutorials you need in your business to create images that wow potential clients and turn them into booking clients.

The videos and guides in this flower photography course will take you from photo novice to knowing how to find the best light, how to style your images, the best angles to take the photos and how to edit them consistently so you have a cohesive look and feel to your brand.





Here's what's included

From camera phones, compact, bridge, mirrorless and DSLR cameras, I share my tips on using each of them, as well as pros, cons and features to look out for when buying. I am also sharing with you, my kit list of the other pieces of equipment I use on a shoot (along with some household hacks). This is so you can learn how to use what you already have, as well as providing you with the basic knowledge to buy a new camera should you wish.  

The right lighting is fundamental to great photography, it’s the foundation to professional looking images, so we will look at the principles of lighting as well as how to find the best light at home or in your studio. We will also look at how to work with light on location, be that indoors or outdoors.  

The use of backgrounds and props can really make a difference to how your images look, giving them a professional polish so that you have a consistent look and feel to your brand. I'll be sharing with you how I style as well as my go to prop list. 

You may have heard the phrase the "rules of photography” to do with your photography angles and composition. I'm going to take you through these and when it's a good idea to break them, so you can create impactful images of your work.






I will then take you behind the scenes of how I photograph a floral table arrangement, bouquet and buttonhole so you can put these into practice with your own designs.

Taking the shot


Editing is a crucial part of photography; it's taking the basic image and turning it in to the professional looking photo you see in portfolios. I will be demonstrating how to edit with the free editing app Lightroom, as well as a free editing software for your computer that mimics professional photography editing software.


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You'll also receive these bonuses


Access to a private Facebook group for students to share images and chat to other students. Amanda is available in the Facebook group to answer questions about the course


PDF downloads with floral photography ideas inspiration for styling and composing the images of your bouquets, buttonholes, table arrangements and floral ingredients as well as my go to kit list and places I buy my flower photography props and flower photography backgrounds from


Behind the scenes videos of me photographing a table arrangement, bouquet and buttonholes so you can see how it works in practice

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Having worked with floral businesses like yourself and hundreds of other incredible business owners since 2014 I understand what is needed in a brand image and how those can speak to your ideal clients and entice them to work with and buy from you.

Through this training, I’ll guide you through how to create your own images, drawing on the knowledge and experience I have built in my successful photography business, both in the wedding industry and the entrepreneurial world.

Hi, I'm Amanda!

Don't just take my word for it!





Are you ready to...?

Consistently have gorgeous flower photography in your portfolio and social media

Never have to wait around for photographs from a wedding

Stop worrying about where the next image is going to come from

Be able to showcase your floral designs professionally to your clients

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All the course materials (videos and pdf downloads) will be available as soon as you purchase the course. You'll have lifetime access to your purchase so you can come back to it whenever you need it

As you have access to all course materials upon signing up, no refunds are offered.

This course will take you through this step by step, from the equipment you need and how to find the right lighting, through to styling and composing the photo ready to press the shutter, and finally, editing the images so you have a consistent look and feel to your brand.

This is covered in the module two; I’ll show you how to find the best light in your home/studio but also how to use artificial light if you’re shooting on location such as at a wedding venue or event when you can’t move things around to find natural light.

The beauty of this course is that I teach you how to use the equipment you have as well as what to look for when buying new kit if you’re starting afresh or wanting to upgrade. Flower photography doesn’t need heaps of expensive equipment, and in module one I share my go to kit list and recommendations.