Food Photography: Shooting at Restaurants Premium class

Daniel Krieger, Food Photographer

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6 Videos (34m)
    • Introduction

    • Project Assignment

    • Gear & Ambience Shots

    • Ordering

    • Shooting

    • Final Tips


About This Class

Learn to make a dish look as great as it tastes. In this 30-minute class, freelance food photographer Daniel Krieger (New York Times,, and more) reveals how he styles and shoots food both on the job and when he's out on his own. Each bite-sized video lesson covers his gear, ordering, shooting in daylight, and the images that make his portfolio stand out. Whether you use a DSLR or iPhone camera (or both), you'll love watching Daniel's gorgeous images come to life — and then creating your own.

210 of 217 students recommendSee All

Great class, I hope he does more. Wish he had included EXIF data but overall a great introduction to restaurant food photography.
really cool tips!
Love Daniel's work and was thrilled to see a class being taught by him. I really enjoyed being able to see what equipment he uses, how he approaches assignments and the process during. Hope he continues to teach more classes.





Daniel Krieger

Food Photographer

Daniel Krieger is a Brooklyn-based photographer with a focus on food photography. 

He photographs regularly for The New York Times,, Food&Wine, and PUNCH, amongst others. He has photographed several cookbooks (both food and cocktails), including The Old-Fashioned with freelance writer and liquor journalist Robert Simonson. You can explore more of Daniel's food photography at