Capture Beautiful iPhone Food Photography for Instagram Premium class

Adam Goldberg, Food Photographer, A Life Worth Eating

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6 Videos (33m)
    • Introduction

    • Capturing Parlor Coffee

    • Capturing Sweetleaf

    • Editing Images from Parlor

    • Editing Images from Sweetleaf

    • Finding Inspiration


About This Class

Up your latte art game with this coffee shop photo class! Instagram star and photographer Adam Goldberg (@alifewortheating) is sharing his secrets so you can master iPhone food photography for Instagram and beyond.

In this 30-minute class, travel with Adam as he captures his morning routine at two of his favorite Brooklyn cafes: Parlor Coffee Roastery and Sweetleaf. He reveals how to shoot the perfect latte and croissant, edit in apps like Snapseed and VSCO Cam, and transform a humble iPhone shot into a spectacular image.

Adam is known for shooting everyday food with beauty, symmetry, and a clean aesthetic. This class shows the intention and thoughtfulness behind each of those images so that you can bring that same beauty into your own lifestyle and food photography.

By the end of the class, you’ll have the skills to capture your morning breakfast routine — or any light snack you take throughout the day — in a way that’s real, inspired, and perfect for Instagram.

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Very easy to follow.
Really great tips on how to take some beautiful shots just on your iPhone - loved it
Interesting, inspiring and to the point.





Adam Goldberg

Food Photographer, A Life Worth Eating

Adam Goldberg is the photographer, blogger, world traveler, and food enthusiast behind A Life Worth Eating. Since 2010, the site has grown from his personal restaurant blog to a top destination and resource for chefs and culinary fans around the globe. Today, the site especially focuses on the cuisines of Paris, Tokyo, Mexico City, and New York.

Adam first fell in love with food on a trip to China when he was just 13. During college, he often took weekend classes at the French Culinary Institute. He later lived and traveled throughout Mexico for nearly five years, giving him a first-hand, unique perspective on one of the world's great cuisines.

Adam currently lives in New York, where in addition to documenting his culinary adventures, he is also a software engineer. He holds an MS in Management Science & Engineering from Columbia University.