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Introduction to Food Photography

$199.00

Average class size: 6 people







The saying goes ‘you eat with your eyes’ and this couldn’t be closer to the truth when it comes to food photography. Do you want to learn how to create eye catching images that show off your prowess in the kitchen? In this practical course you’ll learn how to capture mouth-watering photos of food using natural and studio lighting, how to harness composition and perspective to accentuate your dishes key elements and the editing basics that will make your culinary creations pop off the screen.

 

Upon completion of this course you will understand:

  • How to create a visual story around the creation of your dish

  • How colour and composition enhance your image

  • How to effectively light food using both natural and studio lighting

  • Editing food photos for creative effect

  • The camera settings and equipment that will take your images to the next level

 

Note this class is subject to a minimum booking number, if the numbers are not met the class will be moved and refunds offered.

 

Our COVID 19 Measures:

At michaels media school we strive to create a fun and engaging environment in the classroom. To ensure our students have the best experience possible we have put the following safety measures in place:

  • Classes will have a maximum of 8 students
  • 1 student per desk
  • A minimum of 1.5 metres in between desks
  • Hand sanitizers and antibacterial soap located in the classrooms
  • All equipment will be sanitised before class

What you can do:

  • If you are displaying symptoms please contact us, we will be happy to reschedule your class.
  • Maintain social distancing - be aware of your surroundings and allow 1.5 metres between other students, teachers and team members.
  • Wash your hands/use hand sanitiser before entering the classroom or touching any equipment - we have hand sanitising stations outside and inside the classroom as well as an interior basin.