Join us for our upcoming two days food photography and styling workshop.
You will learn how to improve your styling and composition skills and get useful tips on creating easy-to-make studio set-ups.
Our workshops are comprised of several Photography and Styling demos where participants can observe our working methods first-hand. After each demo, you will have the chance to put in practice what you have learned with creative assignments.
The workshop covers topics such as composition, depth of field, white balance, lighting (natural light), choosing and sourcing props for Food Photography, trends in Food Photography and post-production with Lightroom.
We choose our ingredients and props with the utmost care so you will have many beautiful elements to play with.
Our first day is an intense afternoon (4 hours) where we explore the basics of Food Photography. We will cover all the essential techniques, talk about trends, look at beautiful photographs, discuss photo gear and lens choices, and much more.
Day 2 is a full day (8 hours) where we bring Food Styling to the forefront. We’ll have an amazing food stylist with us who will share her experience and her knowledge. There will be several demos but most of all, this day is for you to get hands-on-experience so we’ll leave lots of time for you to practice.
Our workshops are open to photographers of all levels, whether you’re a budding food blogger, a hobbyist, a photography student or a restaurateur.
Space is limited to 10 students per workshop.
Surround yourself with like-minded individuals Learn from professionals working in the industry.
Develop new skills – HANDS ON!
What Participants Say:
"Food photography is much harder than it looks like."
Stephanie Meyer Amaro, Photographer
I struggle with composition and how to make everything look natural. Having a food stylist at the workshop gave me the chance to ask question I usually cannot ask. I also liked the hands-on aspect on styling, props and set building. Ariel, Valeria and Michelle knew what they talked about, guided and offered lots of support.
"L’atelier m’a aidé à mettre en harmonie les éléments qui composent une photographie culinaire."
Annie Ferland, Auteure du Blogue
Cela m’a permis de corriger plusieurs erreurs que je faisais sans m’en rendre compte et à être beaucoup plus efficace. J’ai pris beaucoup d’assurance derrière mon appareil photo, un atout pour moi qui n’a aucune formation professionnelle en photographie. J’ai encore bien des défis à relever, mais cet atelier m’a fait beaucoup progresser. Je peux dire que mes photos se sont beaucoup améliorées grâce à cet atelier.
"Up until now, I’ve been pretty much ignoring backgrounds and props."
Holly Botner, Food Blogger
Today I got a better idea on what should be around the food when I photograph it. But most importantly, the workshop helped me to operate my camera better. I also learned about the best lenses to shoot food or the essentials for my travel photo bag. It’s a great workshop for food bloggers.