Food photography is an art of photographing food. But what if you don’t have any food to photograph? What if you don’t like to cook or don’t want to cook? Is that what’s stopping you from practicing food photography?
In this post we talk about 7 tips on how to practice food photography even if you don’t have cooked food.
In the first post, Evi shared how she got started and how you can start in food photography. In second post, we learned about food photography portfolio event. Third post was about first photography shoot for restaurant. In her fourth post, Evi showed us her food photography studio and in the fifth post, she shared her first food video.
In this post, Evi shares experience from her first photo shoot with food stylist Laurie Knoop.
As I mentioned last week, we have started a new weekly series where a long time photographer, Evi Abeler, who has fallen in love with food photography recently, will share her journey to becoming a professional food photographer, her activities and what she learned in the week. Last week Evi shared with how she started food photography and explained how to start food photography.
Today, Evi shares her thoughts and experience of a portfolio review event by American Photographic Artists.
Today we are introducing a new weekly series – journey of a photographer who started photographing food few months ago. Evi Abeler had been photographing for a NY museum for past couple of years and fell in love with food photography this winter.
As part of this weekly series, Evi will be sharing her activities, her progress and what she learned in the week. I have seen next few posts and potential topics and am really excited for this series.
Few weeks back Phelia asked for tips to build a good portfolio the food photography facebook page. We talked how to build your food photography portfolio and then I asked this question to few top food photographers.
This post presents their advice on building a professional photography portfolio.
Is one of your goals this year to build a food photography portfolio? Perhaps you to start food photography business this year? In this post we look at the dilemma of whether you should build a portfolio first or you should start marketing yourself and your business.