A Taste of Food Photography
Food photography have evolved in the last few years and it has become an art in its own. It is not just shooting food in a plate, it has many sides, styling, lighting, skills. In this workshop you are going to enter the world of food photography and how it takes to be a food photographer.
Food photography history and trends
Image usage and pricing
Food styling by the instructor
Lighting for food photography
Practical work on a various sets of dishes and on two sets of lighting, one with available light, and one with strobes in the studio.( Location to be announced later).
Practical retouching/editing work on the pictures taken on day 2 by professional food editor (by Ahmed Ammar).
Wrapping up on the past days and brief summarizing. This workshop includes the market's best food retoucher Ahmed Ammar.
Requirements: This workshop is for intermediate level photographers. You need to know how to control your camera well and have a good knowledge about studio lighting.
Note: Also Food Stylists can join.
ABOUT THE INSTRUCTOR:
Yehia A. El Alaily (b. 1972 - Uk) is a freelance food & travel photographer working closely with both local & international clients _ such as, Four seasons Hotels, Nestle, Americana, Hardees Arabia, Starwood Hotels, Emaar, Johns Hopkins University Press & El Beit Magazine.