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Food Photography 101 – 3 Session Workshop March 29, 2011

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This is a guest post by Mel Ferro Cole.

Food photography workshop series

Austin is an amazing city for food lovers, and it’s been great meeting so many people who are so creative and have such passion for food. I’m really excited to announce a new workshop series this spring specifically for foodies and food bloggers. This’ll be a 3-part workshop, limited to 12 attendees, and hosted at a local Austin home. Thank you Carla Crownover for letting us use your kitchen & home for this event!  The 3-part series will cover a range of topics, including making the most of your camera’s manual settings, setting up & styling your food’s photo shoot to get the best results, and the post-processing techniques that’ll make your food POP in your photos.

Workshop Dates:

Tuesday April 19th – 5:30 to 8:30 pm

Tuesday April 26th – 5:30 to 8:30 pm

Friday April 29th – 5:30 to 8:30 pm

 

This workshop series is $100 for 3 classes, and you can register to attend the series here: http://iheartphotosfood.eventbrite.com/

 

3 Responses to “Food Photography 101 – 3 Session Workshop”

  1. Bill Says:

    Do you have to be a food blogger to attend? I love food and photography. Is that enough?

  2. Not at all! We’d love to have you Bill! I’m very much looking forward to it.

  3. Will there be any new classes on food photography coming up in the future? This is something I am very interested in and would like to take some classes. Thank you.


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