"Learning Food Photography One Spoonful At A Time"
LEARN FOOD PHOTOGRAPHY!
This 29 lesson course was created and designed to provide you with the technical and creative skills to seriously improve your food photography.
If you love creating food photographs and always wanted to grow your skills or if you are just starting out and want to make huge improvements in the quality of your food photography then this is the course for you. Watch the Food Photography Masterclass Trailer video below to see what this course is all about!
Take a look inside the course below...
THE FOOD PHOTOGRAPHY MASTERCLASS TRAILER
THE FOOD PHOTOGRAPHY MASTERCLASS
IN THE BEGINNING
LESSON 1: Welcome Message
LESSON 2: Natural Light Equipment & Essentials
LESSON 3: Cameras & Lenses
THE NOT SO SCARY CAMERA
LESSON 4: How Your Camera Captures Light
LESSON 5: Camera Modes & Metering
LESSON 6: Manual Exposure
LESSON 7: White Balance
LESSON 8: The Best Lens Choices
ILLUMINATING YOUR STUDIO PART 1 NATURAL LIGHT
LESSON 9: What Is GOOD Light?
LESSON 10: The Strength Of Light
LESSON 11: The Quality Of Light
LESSON 12: The Direction of Light - Side Light (*Full Length Shoot*)
LESSON 13: The Direction of Light - Back Light (*Full Length Shoot*)
ILLUMINATING YOUR STUDIO PART 2 ARTIFICIAL LIGHT
LESSON 14: Artificial Light Essentials
LESSON 15: Working With Lights & Modifiers
LESSON 16: Dialling In The Exposure
LESSON 17: My Full Artificial Light Workflow (*Full Length Shoot*)
STYLING & COMPOSITION
LESSON 18: Style Your Vision
LESSON 19: The Two Camera Angles
LESSON 20: What The Viewers Look At First
POLISH IT UP IN POST PRODUCTION
LESSON 21: Creating A Custom Workspace
LESSON 22: Basic Raw Correction Adobe Lightroom Develop Module
LESSON 23: Basic Raw Correction Adobe Camera Raw (ACR)
LESSON 24: Adobe Lightroom / ACR Selective Correction Part 1 Adjustment Brushes
LESSON 25: Adobe Lightroom / ACR Selective Correction Part 2 Gradual & Radial Tool
LESSON 26: Changing White Balance Using Adobe Photoshop
LESSON 27: Adobe Photoshop Selective Correction Using Adjustment Layers
LESSON 28: Elegant & Creative Text
LESSON 29: Not Enough Props (*Full Length Shoot*)