Kentucky Fried Chicken, Kroger, Pringles, Kellog’s, Wendy’s and many many more… Teri has made food photographs commercially for dozens of companies. Today in this interview, Teri teaches us about commercial food photography.
About Teri Campbell
From Teri’s website,
After attending the Ohio Institute of Photography, Teri began his career as a photographer for P&G’s in-house creative group. In 1988 he opened Teri Studios, a commercial photography studio specializing in food. His passion for food, combined with his artistic and business sensibilities has uniquely positioned him to create appetite-appealing, proprietary imagery for consumer packaged goods companies and restaurants throughout the country. Clients include Oscar Mayer, Bob Evans Restaurants, Wendy’s, SuperValu, Kellogg’s, Hershey’s, and KFC among others.
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Food Photography Lessons Discussed
- Commercial food photography process
- Importance of team in photography
- Food bloggers and different roles
- Transition from film to digital
- Telling a story with your food photos
Deconstructing Food Photos
Links Discussed in the Interview
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