7 - 135 Tecumseth Street, Toronto, ON
Food Photography assignments have played such an important in my journey as a full time photographer.
At first, I didn't find much value in the idea of shooting food but establishments pay for really good shots.
When you shoot for F&B establishments the exposure is excellent, the compensation is worth the effort and if you know what you're doing, it's a great experience.
In this workshop, I'm going to cover how shooting food has helped me grow as a photographer along with:
Basics of Food Photography
Shooting Food in Studio
Natural Light Food Photography (Restaurant Visit)
Food Styling Tips + Tricks & essential tools for Food Photography
Marketing + Establishing Relationships with F&B Establishments
Pricing for Food Photography
Although beginners are always welcome at our workshops/MeetUps, this workshop is designed for intermediate - professional photographers.
Real photographers usually specialize in one particular space in photography but can shoot anything with confidence. After completing this workshop, you'll love shooting food as much as I do and:
You'll have the confidence to shoot food in any situation.
Gain a diverse set of skills that go beyond one aspect of photography.
Generate income from your photography business.
Looking forward to seeing you there!
IMPORTANT THINGS TO REMEMBER:
- Lunch will be provided at the same restaurant we will be visiting for an hour during the course of the workshop.
- We will not be covering bottles and glycerine application during this workshop as that will be a stand alone workshop in the upcoming year.
Image of the MeetUp Location (Tokyo Studio):
Refunds are not offered for this Meetup.