Minimalist Food Photography: Capturing the Beauty of Raw Food Premium class

Kate Weybret, Photographer & Designer

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13 Videos (34m)
    • Introduction

    • Your Assignment: Capture 5 Image of a Raw Fruit or Vegetable

    • Mood Boards & Storytelling

    • Choosing Your Subject

    • Gathering Tools & Materials

    • Setting Up For Your Shoot

    • Manipulating Light & Shooting Angles

    • Styling & Shooting Your Subject

    • More on Minimalism & Composition

    • Selecting Your Body of Work

    • Editing With Photoshop

    • Peer & Self Critique

    • Final Thoughts


About This Class

Join photographer and food-lover Kate Weybret in capturing the beauty of raw food! In this short and sweet (or savoury) class, Kate will walk you through the fundamentals of food photography in order to create modern and minimalist style photographs. You’ll learn everything from styling to lighting to the basics of composition. All levels of experience are welcome, whether you’re a seasoned photographer looking for a creative reboot, or a novice armed with a smartphone and Instagram. Basic knowledge of Photoshop and Camera RAW or Lightroom is encouraged for DSLR shooters. By the end, you’ll have everything you need to create a body of work showing just how beautiful food is!

38 of 39 students recommendSee All

This is more for beginners, but still, I enjoyed this course.
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Kate Weybret

Photographer & Designer

I am a photographer and designer specialising in branding and identity design as well as travel, food and lifestyle photography.

In addition to brands, I am passionate about sustainable design practices as well as how messages of sustainability can be effectively communicated through design. I have a master's degree from London College of Communications where I spent a year extensively researching food waste in America and how the issues surrounding this topic could be effectively communicated to inform the public.

When I'm not exploring the world with my cameras and sketchbook, you'll find me reading a book while sipping chai tea or wandering a farmer's market in whichever city I happen to live in at the moment.