DIY Food Photography: Capturing Food in Your Kitchen

Phil Ebiner, Video Creator | VideoSchoolOnline.com

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15 Lessons (58m)
    • 1. Teaser

      0:51
    • 2. Course Introduction

      1:21
    • 3. Choose a Location

      3:15
    • 4. Design Your Food and Setting

      5:38
    • 5. Light Your Food

      6:06
    • 6. Camera Options: Smartphone vs. Fancy Camera

      2:44
    • 7. Camera Settings (for people shooting with manual settings)

      3:58
    • 8. Compose Your Shots

      5:25
    • 9. Edit Your Photos

      11:10
    • 10. Practice: Morning Coffee

      5:10
    • 11. Practice: Key Lime Tart

      4:03
    • 12. Practice: Tomato Soup

      2:11
    • 13. Practice: Cereal

      3:47
    • 14. Practice: Beer

      2:12
    • 15. Thank You

      0:27
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Project Description

Capture Your Next Meal

It's time to take action!

Now that you have all of the skills to take beautiful food photographs, I want to see your work. 

Next time you sit down for a meal, make it look pretty with a better background and snap a photo with your phone or camera.

Then post it to your course project so that we can all see it.

Write a few sentences about your setup. What camera did you use? Why did you choose your background setting?

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