Effective food photography makes the complex appear relaxed and effortless. Rob Grimm shares decades of food photography experience, offering food styling techniques, natural lighting schematics, and relaxed editorial compositions. Along with helpful business practices for food photographers, this food photography course will reshape the way you create a portfolio of appetizing food images.
Tips for Food Photographers
This is the most comprehensive tutorial on food photography available. The 17 hours of content will guide you through gear selection, understanding shape & form, creating a sense of place & time, basic food styling techniques, in-studio portfolio work, and location assignments, along with marketing and pricing strategies for food photography. The documentary serves as a guide for the entire process involved with the business and is filled with industry standard best practices.
This photography course is a comprehensive exploration of the necessary steps for building a compelling food photography portfolio, improving food styling skills, understanding the complexities of composition, crafting light to meet your vision, and understanding how to best attract new clients and win bigger jobs.
Food Photography Concepts
We have broken these concepts down and geared the sections on equipment, lighting, pre-production, and post-processing to apply specifically to the editorial market. Upon completion of this course, photographers of any level will gain a deeper understanding of industry best practices, greater knowledge of equipment spanning all price points, lighting knowledge for any scenario, better approaches to food styling, and most importantly, proper image composition.
In addition, step-by-step post-production in Adobe Camera Raw, Capture One 8, and Photoshop have been included with the photo shoots. If you’re looking to take the quality of your food photography to another level, this is the perfect food photography tutorial for you.
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