Food is notoriously difficult to photograph. Fail to use some basic techniques and that mouthwatering dish you’re trying to capture might not look so appetizing. If you want your food to look as good as it tastes, this class is for you! Whether you’re a general food lover, avid home cook, or aspiring food blogger, you’ll gain useful skills and valuable information.This class promises to be a real treat!
Playing with Your Food is perfect for DSLR beginners. You'll find out tips and tricks for taking the best food photos. You’ll learn about composition, light, texture, and color. I'll guide you through:
the main elements of a good food photograph the importance of angles and natural light a few plating techniques how to use and where to get props how to edit and enhance the basic quality of your image
Enroll and your food photographs will be better than ever! For a project you'll say something beautiful with your food, using red as your theme for an added challenge. When you’re done, share your photos with the rest of us! Upload them to the Project Gallery on Skillshare and share on Twitter, Instagram or other social media platforms using the hashtag #WithFoodinMind.
This class was organized by With Food in Mind, a nomadic not-for-profit working at the intersection of food, visual culture, and social change. Because food is relevant to every living person, we believe that it is uniquely capable of engaging many different audiences in learning about the arts. This class is part of our ever-growing series of adult workshops.
I'm a photographer living in Brooklyn. Born in Germany, my heart sometimes still resides in my hometown of Münster. I photographs food and interiors and I'm Jewels of the website Liz and Jewels (www.lizandjewels.com) where myself and cookbook author Lisa “Liz” Nieschlag share our love for desi...view full bio