Lifestyle Photography: Capturing Inspiring Visual Stories
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Your Assignment: Capture Afternoon Tea2:24
Shooting at Home8:51
Finding the Story1:22
Shooting at a Cafe1:36
Light, Details, and Final Thoughts2:06
About This Class
Join photographer Marte Marie Forsberg to learn her inspired approach to lifestyle photography! Whether you're photographing for a blog or Instagram, or simply want to capture a beautiful meal, you'll learn how to capture stunning stories in a styled yet natural way.
This 20-minute online class is all about capturing a story, giving you tools and tactics to capture everyday moments with artistry. Taking place at her thatched English cottage, lessons touch on inspiration, styling, shooting, and editing — so that you can successfully capture a setting, its food, and the life surrounding it.
Beautifully shot, full of inspiration, and brimming with insights, this class is perfect for beginning and pro photographers alike. It's a welcome reminder of small moments that are truly perfect.
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There were sound bites of useful information that I can implement today. Like VSCO, an app for photo editing and shooting images in a square field vs shooting vertically. I've already downloaded the VSCO app and look forward to using it on my project.
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Refreshing little class on working with light. Very well produced!
My cameras pay for my cameras
Marte Marie Forsberg is a self-taught food and lifestyle photographer from Norway. After having lived in many beautiful and exciting places around the world during her studies in fashion design and art history, she found her tool: the camera.
She moved back to Norway and rediscovered her cultural roots and heritage, taking great delight in exploring the local food scene. This inspired her to begin her journey full time as a visual story teller with food taking the centre stage.
Today Marte Marie works for food and lifestyle magazines around the world and has a varied list of clients in the food and fashion industries. She regularly collaborates with brands on location and in her charming little cottage studio in the English countryside that she now calls home.It's been a fun and fast-paced journey since she started her company as a freelance food and lifestyle photographer not too many years ago, and she loves new assignments and work that pushes her to dig deeper, to grow and challenge herself as an artist.