Acclaimed food photographer Andrew Scrivani brings you a packed menu of invaluable techniques, focused on pro styling tips for delicious food photography. Learn how to use natural light to showcase the texture of a dish and add appealing shadows and highlights. Then, discover the perspective and lenses Andrew recommends to create an array of appetizing images. Next, find out how to choose an ideal “hero” product for a shot, and select complementary props and colors to develop context. Maximize the aesthetic appeal of your subject with techniques for preparing a range of food, and learn three ways to style chicken, one of the most complicated and popular subjects. Build two scenes from the table up as you learn to create intriguing, compelling compositions. And, discover trade secrets for successfully styling challenging dishes — including salad, soup and desserts — to set the stage for enticing images.
Great class for Pinterest recipe photos. Watch a video about this class here.
- A DSLR camera
- A variety of macro lenses as well as a 35 mm and a 28-70 mm lens
- Light meter
- Light diffusion material
- White and black cards or foam board for light diffusion
- Light stands
- A clamps
- Gaffer’s tape