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Food Photography WORKSHOP

February 8, 2019 | 11:00 am - 3:00 pm

$90

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WORKSHOPS & EXCURSION registrations are NON-REFUNDABLE . Return/Reschedule Policy

Suggest Equipment (* Required): *Camera, *Telephoto Lens (Optimal Zoom 50-100mm), *Charged Battery, *Memory Card, External Flash, Printout of Downloadable Notes, Pen & Paper.
Maximum Attendance: 12
Minimum Attendance: If less than 5 people have registered, this event will be cancelled and you will receive a refund.

DESCRIPTION: This is a 4-hour Workshop that will dive into the technical and artistic side of food photography. Learn how to use lighting techniques that will flatter a wide range of edible subjects. You will learn how to light food without looking greasy, make steamy foods stand out, illuminate liquids, accentuate food texture and manipluate reflections for impressive results. Multiple lighting technique will be discussed to give you a variety of styles you can apply in food photography. The class will start with a discussions of these techniques followed by hands-on experience. We will have 7 different stations that will give you the chance to experience these techniques for yourself.

Topics Covered: Product Studio Lighting

Details

Date:
February 8, 2019
Time:
11:00 am - 3:00 pm
Cost:
$90
Event Category:
Website:
www.everydayphotoclass.com

Organizer

Lana Kelley
Phone:
281-716-2112

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  1. Is there a waitlist in the event of a cancelation? I missed the registration.

  2. I’m registered for Basic Class the same day as the Food Photography WORKSHOP. when will you offer the Food Photography WORKSHOP again?

  3. Lana, could please email the notes to me as well? Thanks!

  4. absolutely! I will email the notes to you =)

  5. Lana,

    I registered for this workshop before I began the three basic classes. I see that I missed the deadline for downloading the materials. Is it possible to get them?

    Thank you,

    Sharon Black

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