11 Business Questions to Ask Your Next Food Photography Client and How to Get Started in the Business of Food Photography

Business of Food Photography

Business of Food Photography is the toughest topic to handle. Most photographers don’t like to talk about this subject. But Andrew Scrivani is different. On the third day of this 3-day workshop Andrew openly shared a lot of great information about the business of food photography. In this post, we present the main lesson from Day 3. [Read more...]

Camera Settings for Food Photography and Food Preparation (and Other Notes) from Andrew Scrivani’s Workshop

 Camera Setting for Food Photographers

In this workshop, Andrew started the session by explaining the Exposure triangle and White balance. Then the discussion moved to starting to shoot using Manual mode. Later Andrew taught how to prepare food for maximum effectiveness and take beautiful food photos. [Read more...]

30+ Food Styling and Prop Styling Tips (and Other Food Photography Notes) from Andrew Scrivani’s Workshop

Food Photography Workshop

Andrew teaching about lighting

Today was the first day of food photography workshop… and was it something. This very insightful workshop had lot of great information. In this post, we’ve summarized the lessons in the workshop.

Prop Styling, Table setting tips and then how to get better at food styling… all that and more. [Read more...]

Free 3-Day Food Photography Workshop for Everyone

Pancakes and Yogurt

Would you like to attend a FREE 3-day food photography workshop? Yes!! Completely FREE. Taught by one of the most renowned food photographers of the industry.

What Will You Learn?

This three day workshop will cover a lot of lessons and topics. Everything about food photography will be taught. Here’s the breakdown:

  • Food Styling – How to style your food for amazing food photos and a live demo
  • Prop Styling – Learn to choose props and watch a live demo
  • Food Photography Gear
  • Camera settings for mouth watering food photos
  • Post production – You’ve shot the photo, what to do with it after the shot is in your camera
  • Food Photography Workflow
  • Business of Food Photography – How to become a professional food photography and earn money
  • Special for food bloggers – Low Budget Tips and Tricks

Who will Teach This Workshop?

This food photography workshop is being taught by frequent contributor to New York Times, world-renowned commercial and editorial food photographer Andrew Scrivani.

Andrew Scrivani visited us at Learn Food Photography blog sometime back. Andrew taught us about commercial food photography and his personal approach to food photography.

Andrew Scrivani

Andrew Scrivani

Take a look at the photos below made by Andrew.

How to Attend the 3-Day Workshop

This FREE 3-Day Workshop is being organized by creativeLIVE

On July 19th to July 21st, 9AM to 4PM Pacific Time you can attend the entire workshop on this page.

Attend the Workshop with Other LFP Readers

Come attend the entire workshop and learn with other LFP readers. Enter your information and we will send you details on how to join other LFP readers as the workshop starts.

Can’t Attend the Entire Workshop?

Have other engagements? Can’t attend the entire workshop? Here’s what you can do, all LFP Insiders will get end-of-day summary of the workshop. Don’t let your other engagements stop from learning from world renowned food photographer. Enter your details below to receive details about the workshop and end-of-day summaries.

Don’t miss out. Learn from a world renowned food photographer. Sign up above.

Photo Critique Request – Peanut Butter Mousse Pie

Peanut Butter Mousse Pie

What would you do differently? How would add a party feel to this photograph?

Another reader asks for critique on her photo, would you help her improve her photography?

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How I Shot Boring and Tough Brown Food

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What do you think about this photograph? Beautiful isn’t it?

Did you notice the color of the food? Brown! Did you also notice that the food itself is very uninteresting. Yet, the photograph is appealing and tempting.

Pudding… not the easiest thing to photograph. Brown color food is seen as one of the most uninteresting food.

So how did this food that is uninteresting and tough to photograph end up looking like this? [Read more...]

How I Shot Raw Ingredients for Recipe

Peanut Butter & Jelly Pavlova with Eva Kosmas

In this series on how to photograph food, we talk about how to photograph raw ingredients for your recipe. In this post, Eva Kosmas shares how she shot this photograph of Pavlova raw ingredients.

Eva goes into details about her food photography process, food styling and prop selection. She talks about using light for this food photo. There is lot of valuable information in this post. [Read more...]

Photo Critique Request – Giant Cake

Giant Cake

How would you improve this photograph? What would change? How would you frame this? One more of your fellow reader is asking for your feedback on this photo.

Would you help her?

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How I Shot Sorbet

Photographing Sorbet or Ice Cream

Photograph by Monika Topolko

Would you like to know how this photograph was created? How were the colors chosen? Can you tell what decisions were made and how many different decisions were made? What about choosing props? And lighting? [Read more...]

60+ Amazing Food Bloggers with Inspiring Food Photos

60+ Amazing Food Photographers

An important step in learning to take better food photos is studying outstanding food photos. In the 30 Days to Better Food Photos program, we have an entire day dedicated to studying amazing food photos. [Read more...]