Seattle Photography Workshop 6/7-6/8

I will be teaching a Food Photography Workshop in Downtown Seattle beginning one week from today. I am being hosted by none other than the Seattle Bon Vivant herself, Myra Kohn. I will be teaching for 2 days, each class being 4 hours long (9am-1pm) and covering the outline listed below. You can sign up simply by going to PayPal.com and making a payment of $150 to sundaysauce@gmail.com. I can send you the address upon registration. You can sign up for June 7th or 8th. We are capped at 15 spots per day. Some sign-ups have already happened on Twitter and Facebook but spots are available. Please email me if you have any questions.

Andrew

WORKSHOP OUTLINE:

I Discussion (1 Hour)

  • Introduction
  • AV Presentation
  • Equipment, technique and approach to daylight food photography
  • Styling tips and prop selection

II Practical (5 groups of 3 working together on practical shooting scenarios) 2 Hours

Food Porn Approach

Taking Table Setting Shots in Small Spaces

Graphic Depiction Approach (aka The Ugly Food Dilemma)

Difficult Lighting Solutions

III Review and Q&A (1 Hour)

Review Practical

View Photos

Discuss Editing and Processing

The goal of these 4 hour workshops is to give people of any skill level the basic knowledge and confidence to improve their food photography. With a need for not much beyond a camera, some basic light manipulation tools and a better understanding of what makes food pictures evocative and beautiful, participants will hopefully come away with the skills to make better food pictures.

Equipment:

Digital Camera

Light discs, scrims and small and large black and white cards (if possible)

Tripod (if you own one)

Any personal props you would like to style with”

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4 responses to “Seattle Photography Workshop 6/7-6/8

  1. dona

    won’t be able to get to Seattle for this class…any other food photo workshops/classes scheduled (in CA?)
    thx!

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