How to Win $325 Giveaway of Food Bloggers Bundle

Food Bloggers Giveaway

It’s Here. Our biggest giveaway so far.

We are giving away $325 worth of giveaway. This includes food blogging pro program, Print Books on Food Photography, Food Styling and Writing, 8 eBooks on Food Photography and 10-Week Training on Food Photography.

All this to one person who will enter the giveaway (and play the game smartly ;) )

Here’s what’s included in more detail:

What’s included:

Let’s look at details of what’s included as part of this giveaway.

Giveaway Item #1 – 6-month subscription to Food Blogger Pro

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What is Food Blogger Pro?

Food Blogger Pro is a monthly subscription program that teaches you everything about food blogging. This is a professional level course for those who are serious about blogging and want to turn their blog into a revenue stream.

Giveaway Item #2 – Complete (8-eBooks) photographing Food series

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photographing Food has released 8 different eBooks on Food Photography topics. This complete set is available now in this giveaway. The winner gets this entire series too.

Giveaway Item #3 – 3 Must Read Books for Food Bloggers

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There are three books that every food blogger must read.

  1. Plate to Pixel by Helene Dujardin
  2. Food Styling by Delores Custer
  3. Will Write for Food by Dianne Jacob

So we are giving away this entire set as part of this giveaway..

Giveaway Item #4 – 10-Week Food Photography Course

We haven’t announced it yet, but it’s coming. A 10-week course to teach you food photography and show you how to photograph challenging foods. As a winner of this giveaway, you’ll get this course too.

Step- by-Step – The Secret to Increase the Odds to Win This Giveaway

Now that we’ve told you what the winner will get as part of this giveaway, here’s how to plan you win. Unlike any other giveaway, this giveaway is designed to help our loyal readers who love and share LFP with their friends and fans.

The entire process will take less than 2 mins (Okay not more than 3 mins).

Here’s the secret steps:

Step 1 – Visit the Giveaway Page

Step 2 – Answer one question (answer is Learn Food Photography, if you haven’t figured it out) and enter in the giveaway

Step 3 – (This is the secret step that will make all the difference)

Step 4 – Confirm your entry

Let’s get into details..

Step 1 – Visit the Giveaway Page


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Step 2 – Answer the Question and Enter

Just answer one simple question – who is giving away this prize? Of Course LearnFoodPhotography is.


Next enter the giveaway.

Step 3 – The Secret Step



Here’s the secret – most people don’t know this, so if you share your lucky URL on facebook, twitter or any other place, your chances of winning increase. For every person that enters using your lucky URL, your chances of winning increase by 5 entries.

Step 4 – Confirm your entry


Don’t forget to click the confirmation link in the email.

Ready to Win This Thing?

Click this button and Enter in this giveaway.

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Or click here to enter

What’s Cooking at LFP HQ


It’s been about a month since the Free Food Photography Course 30 Days to Better Food Photos ended. It has been more than three years since we first started this food photography course.. and every year, participants have send so much love our way that here at LFP HQ we’ve been overwhelmed.

Several thousand people have “graduated” from this 30 Day course and it’s just been amazing to watch “students” get better.

Wanna know what’s coming up next? Read on to know more (including about $325 giveaway)… [Read more...]

How to Use Direction and Quality of Light to Enhance Your Food Photos

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Today we have Taylor Mathis from photographing FOOD series to show us how to use light direction correctly and enhance your food photos. Taylor is a food photographer from Charlotte, NC and will show you the concepts with simple subjects.

Take it away Taylor.

I’m going to show you how lighting direction and lighting quality can have a great impact on the look of your image. To keep the emphasis on the differences in lighting setups, I’m using honey and greek yogurt as my props. [Read more...]

Announcing… 30 Days to Better Food Photos – 2014 Edition

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We are ready… with the 2014 edition of 30 Days to Better Food Photos.

Are you up for the challenge?

The 2014 Edition of 30 Days to Better Food Photos

Starting Monday August 4th, for next 30 days, participants will receive one lesson everyday and an assignment.

This course will teach you:

  • How to Compose a Food Photo To Attract Audience Attention even if you know nothing about food photography
  • How to Create Your Food Story in Your Photograph from scratch
  • How to Use Props to Achieve What you Want even if you don’t know what props to use
  • How to Prepare for a Food Photo Shoot even if you never been on a professional photo shoots
  • How to Continue Learning even if you’ve been taking food photos for long time
  • How to start on the food styling journey step by step

These lessons will be short. The assignments will be detailed. The goal of this course is to DO – Take action and DO the work.

The intent is not to overload you with information but drive you to take action.

These lessons will be low on words and not prescriptive. I don’t want you take a photo as I like to take. I want you to develop your own style. I won’t tell you to frame a photo a certain way. I’ll show you and tell you what’s possible. Use that and make your OWN photo.

Are you ready to this? Are you up for the challenge?

How To Participate

This edition is different from all previous editions in many ways.

First, 2014 edition will be an email-only course. Unlike previous editions 30DBFP will be available only for those who really want it. The lessons will not be posted on LFP like we’ve done before.

Click below to sign up. You will be taken to signup page.

Click to Start

The enrollment is open for only 5 days. Course closes on Aug 1st. Once it ends you won’t be able to join this challenge.

Once again: Click below to start the course.

Click to Start

Can’t Participate Everyday?

I strongly recommend that you participate in this course the way we have designed it. If improving food photography is your priority, stop here and participate in the 30 Day challenge the way we have designed it.

Here’s how to do that:

  1. Stop watching Game of Thrones or those horrible Saas-Bahu serials if they are popular where you live or whatever is on the TV these days
  2. Stay an hour late or wake up an hour early. Find one hour by NOT doing things that are not your priority

Click to Start

Now, if you just cannot – meaning if you travel a lot or have a baby or something you just can’t avoid – in that case and only in that case do this:

Step 1: Register for the Course

Step 2: Start receiving emails

Step 3: Do the Assignments at your own pace

Click to Start

Special Note: IF You’ve Completed 2013 Challenge

If you’ve completed the 2013 Challenge, you’ll find the difference in the way this program is structured. The lessons are very similar to 2013 edition. I received a lot of requests for private photo critiques from many of you and we’ve added that as an option this year. There were also lot of follow up questions from many of you. That has been added this year for those interested.

Frequently Asked Questions

I don’t have a DSLR can I participate?

Yes, the lessons are designed in a way that both DSLR camera owners and non-DSLR camera can get the most from this course.

I can’t participate everyday, can I join?

Yes, read “Can’t Participate Everyday” section above.

Will you post lessons on this blog?

Lessons will be available only by signing up for email. We will be sending these lessons to those who have signed up for the course. Blog readers will not get emails from me unless they’ve registered for this course. To register Click to Start




DMBLGiT Home Page

DMBLGiT becomes part of LFP

We have a great news and we are excited! Here’s the summary…

DMBLGiT is becoming part of LFP. LFP will begin administering and managing this event soon. The format of the contest will remain same to begin with and we will reach out to experienced organizers for their feedback on improving it. Lot more to come.

Now here are the details.

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How To Photograph Rustic Cake

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Take a look at this photo. What do you feel when you look at this photo?

This photo does not have many props. This simple and minimalist photo still evokes emotions. Don’t you think?

Using rustic props and distraction free background, Kristin has created a photo with amazing impact.

In today’s post, Kristin Rosenau shares with us how she shot this photo, what decisions she took and how all of these elements were selected to tell the story.  [Read more...]

5 Senses of Food Photography, Workshop Videos and Wrap Up

Food Photography Workshop CreativeLive

Did you attend this three day food photography workshop organized by CreativeLive? Diane and Todd shared amazing number of insights in this workshop.

We learned everything from styling boring food like chilli/curry to photographing in restaurant. They shared with us how to use light for better food photos.

In this post, we share some lessons we learned from this workshop. [Read more...]

FREE 3-Day Food Photography Workshop !! Once Again

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Upcoming Food Photography Workshop

Do you want to attend a FREE 3-Day Workshop and learn about telling food stories with your camera? Do you want to learn how to capture food stories on location? In a restaurant? Do you want to learn about business of food photography?

If you said Yes to any one of these, we’ve got a great new for you.

[Read more...]

How I Photographed Chicken


Chicken is pretty dull. Brown and boring. So how would photograph it?

How would you tell your story? Have you thought about it?

In this post Beatrix Horváth-Gallai shares how the above photo of chicken was shot. As you learn from Beatrix, keep this photo in mind and ask questions if they don’t answered in the post below.

Let’s get started.  [Read more...]

LFP Bestseller List: Food Photography Books

Food Photography Books

One of the most common questions we get from readers is what are the best food photography books out there? Until two years ago, there weren’t many food photography books in the market. But this past year or two, there have been about 12 or so new food photography and styling books (including a dummies book!!!!!).

In this post, we share bestseller food photography books based on what we learned from readers.  [Read more...]