Food photography & stylingJoin top Russian food photographer Anna Pustynnikova & Karl Taylor
What you'll learn:
- Learn how to photograph food images
- Food photography lighting using flash
- Photographing flying food
- Prepare and style food for mouthwatering images
- How to photograph food at home using natural light
- Lifestyle & editorial-style food photography tutorials
- food photography tips and tricks
About these classes
This comprehensive food photography course covers all you need to know about photographing food, right through from beginner to advanced, as it includes natural light food shoots as well as studio lighting setups.
Presented with top Russian food photographer and stylist Anna Pustynnikova, you’ll discover what equipment you need to get started, including what lenses are best and what camera settings to use, how to make your own photography backgrounds, what shooting angles are best for photographing food and much, much more.
The techniques covered throughout this course will help set a solid foundation of knowledge that will equip you to confidently shoot your own creative food ideas, whether you’re working for a client or simply expanding your portfolio.
For those just starting out with food photography, get valuable insight from interviews with Anna where she shares important tips and start-to-finish shoot examples of how to photograph food in your own home using natural light or basic studio light.
If you’re already confident with the basics, jump into our more advanced classes, which include professional lighting setups and learn how to overcome challenges such as how to photograph flying food images, achieve creative lighting techniques, and use compositional techniques and scientific theories to take your creativity to the next level.
You’ll learn everything from preparation and prop selection to styling and lighting, expertly explained by Karl and Anna as they show you how to photograph multiple different types of food, including desserts, fine-dining style dishes, liquids, food platters and even breakfasts.