DIY Food Photography: Capturing Food in Your Kitchen Premium class

Phil Ebiner, Video Creator | VideoSchoolOnline.com

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15 Videos (58m)
    • Teaser

      0:51
    • Course Introduction

      1:21
    • Choose a Location

      3:15
    • Design Your Food and Setting

      5:38
    • Light Your Food

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

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

      3:58
    • Compose Your Shots

      5:25
    • Edit Your Photos

      11:10
    • Practice: Morning Coffee

      5:10
    • Practice: Key Lime Tart

      4:03
    • Practice: Tomato Soup

      2:11
    • Practice: Cereal

      3:47
    • Practice: Beer

      2:12
    • Thank You

      0:27

About This Class

With DIY Food Photography, you'll be taking better photos of your food in just an hour.

Every lesson is hands on, and shows you how to use resources right in your home to create delicious, mouth-watering images. We'll walk you through the entire process, and we're available if you have any questions along the way.

Whether you're a food blogger, self-proclaimed master chef, or just an Instagram foodie, this course will give you the skills needed to take professional food photos.

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Impress your family and friends with great photos of your food creations!

Steps to great food photography that you'll learn in this course:

  1. Pick the best location for your photos. 
  2. Prepare and style your food and setting.
  3. Light your food with inexpensive tools like a white sheet and $1 poster board. 
  4. Choose the best camera and settings.
  5. Compose 4 types of shots to get all the best angles.
  6. Edit your photos to make them look even more tantalizing!

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Tell your food's story!

Our goal is to teach you how to take better photos of your food with any camera, wherever you are. After walking you through the basics, you'll see us shoot 5 different food and drink setups that will inspire you to take your own food photos.

Bonus: Everyone who enrolls gets a composition cheat-sheet that shows how to compose your shots.

Enroll now to get started! We can't wait to see you inside!

Will Carnahan & Phil Ebiner

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59 of 59 students recommendSee All

great class
Juri Austin

Love Cooking, Baking and Eating Healthy

Good course although some of the things that are done with the dlsr can be done with phones. For instance, the backgrounds can be blurred with an S7 camera...all in all a good course for beginner food photographers!
Mel Possehl ☕

Cooking ⋆ Marketing ⋆ Teaching ⋆ Learning ✌

Very good.

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Phil Ebiner

Video Creator | VideoSchoolOnline.com

My passion is inspiring people through online courses. I've been creating things (videos, photos, businesses, projects) since I was a young child. I've created (produced, shot, edited) thousands of videos over the past five years. Now it is time to teach you!

What would you like to learn?

Would you like to learn motion graphics in After Effects?

Would you like to learn how to shoot & edit videos like a pro?

Would you like to take better photographs?

Would you like to make money teaching online courses like I do?

If you want to do any of these things, just enroll in the course.  And I'm always improving my courses so that they stay up to date and the best that they can be. Check them out, and enroll today!

MORE ABOUT PHIL:

I've always tried to live life presently and to the fullest. Some of the things I love to do in my spare time include mountain biking, nerding out on personal finance, traveling to new places, watching sports (huge baseball fan here!), and sharing meals with friends and family. Most days you can find me spending quality time with my lovely wife and our cat.

In 2011, I graduated with my Bachelor of Arts in Film and Television Production at Loyola Marymount University - one of the top 10 film schools in the country. While there, I was fortunate to make documentaries in Switzerland, Germany, Mexico, and India. After graduating, I worked at Participant Media shooting and editing short-form documentaries for their website TakePart. I followed that stint with a contract at Stanbridge College where I discovered online learning. I helped pioneer their online school there. Most recently, I spent 2 years working at University of California Berkeley with the media team. Throughout this time I built my Video School Online brand to teach others the skills that I have. In May of 2015, I left the 9-5 world to make my own path. Since then, I've made more money, worked fewer hours, and only have done the things I love each day.

I want to show you how to be a better creator, make money from your creations, and live the life you dreamed of.