Many amateur photographers have used the garden, with its vivid colours and diverse subject matter, as a proving ground for their skills. However, garden photography can be just as rewarding for the gardening enthusiast. Gardeners can chronicle their garden throughout the changing seasons, take before and after pictures of special projects and create a pictorial record of prime examples of specific plant groups. Also, photographs of public gardens can be used as an aide memoire to replicate complex designs of their own. This title, which is illustrated with the author's own work, covers all aspects of photography in the garden, including the equipment and its uses, the choice of subject, archiving the work and learning from mistakes. The author is a professional photographer with a diploma in horticulture from the Royal Horticultural Society.