Ever wanted to learn the tricks of the trade when it comes to food photography? Join me at an upcoming Art of Food Photography workshop with Precision Camera University. These classes are so much fun! We spend the first half of the class exploring lighting, composition, food styling and prop styling. It’s also a unique opportunity to ask questions about the business side of food photography. Whether you’re creating a cook book, shooting food as a hobby or for your blog, this class is ideal for anybody who wants to expand their photography skills to include food photography.
The second half of the class gives participants the opportunity to practice what they learned with hands-on shooting bays. Food stylist Kristina Wolter sets up six different food compositions for participants to try out. With Precision Camera’s generous selection of lighting equipment, participants also get to try out different lighting systems, such as studio strobes, LED panels, Spyder Lights and more, depending upon the set up for that class. The great thing is, each class is different with new food displays in the shooting bays and a variety of topics covered depending upon the questions asked in the class. Check out the video below to learn more about the workshop, or visit Precision Camera University’s website for more information on the next specific date.