Food Photography - Natural Light to Studio Strobes
Do you like to make photos of your food at a restaurant? Want to make them look better? Want to learn how to make that special recipe of yours look delicious too?
We’ll start with a camera phone and window light and work our way up to multiple studio lights and learn to create great photographs and food styling techniques for food and beverages.
Professional photographers Freddy Clark and Michael S. Miller team up to to dish up simple recipes for preparing, presenting and photographing food, beer and wine. Michael started his photography career in NYC as a commercial photographer in the food advertising industry. Freddy produces wine and beer advertising for the beverage industry and a podcast called Over Beers.
Discover how to prepare, light and photograph bottles, cans and glasses of beer and wine, along with a variety of savory and sweet snacks and dishes. You are welcome to bring your favorite beverages, foods and props to create your own person culinary master piece. Michael and Freddy will provide different lighting setups, as well as natural light for you to experience.
You will learn:
- Lighting glass & food
- How to prepare bottles and glasses to get that professional look
- How to approach lighting a table
- Use of light modifiers for different styles
- Quick tips for smart phone photography
- Items to keep in your tool box
- Food styling
- Lens and gear selection
- Post processing
We’ll supply the food, beer and wine along with some glasses, flatware and utensils. Feel free to bring your own food and any props you can think of to make the photographs your own.
Thank you to our generous sponsors Beach Haus Brewery & Sweet of Belmar