- September 10, 2019
6:00 pm - 9:00 pm
Learn the basics of food photography. This class will cover key concepts to help you take mouth-watering photos of food and is geared towards all skill levels and users of all cameras, including mobile phones, point and shoot, mirrorless and DSLRs.
- Types of food photography vary: blogging, informal social media, editorial, and commercial
- Overview of good food photography
- Successful shooting angles, macro, close-up, overhead, 45 degree dining angle
- Food styling basics
- Plating/prop styling
- Working with continuous light
- Any lenses you wish to use
- A fully-charged camera battery
- A memory card with room to take additional pictures
- Note-taking supplies
- Tripod (optional)
This class is perfect for food bloggers, social media and marketing coordinators, small business owners with a food-related business, editorial photographers, aspiring professional food photographers and any other photographers looking to improve their food photography.
Schedule and Format
This is a three-hour class with one 15 minute break after the first hour. The class is formatted as a slide-based presentation and review of images, a demonstration of some tools of the trade and some hands-on shooting. This class serves as the foundation for the Advanced Food Photography Class.
This class is taught by Photography Instructor Josh Baker.
To Josh, life is one big adventure. He founded AzulOx Visuals in 2009, AzulOx Commercial Photography in 2014 and has been exploring the world and new photographic techniques ever since. Josh loves to use his photographs to tell stories, and he excels in designing creative story-boarded shoots. Josh is passionate about photography and the creative development of his students. He uses a variety of teaching techniques to help his students realize their photographic vision.
Josh is a husband and father to 2 young boys- who are junior models and photographers in training.