If you read this blog with any regularity you know that:
- I don't use many photos
- My photos typically...suck (which may explain the whole "not using them" thing)
Bad lighting etc., but at least I made the pancetta!
I've looked for food photography classes locally and have come up empty handed every time, and for those of you who think food photography is as easy as getting your niece or nephew to smile in that group shot on family vacation, well, you've got another thing comin'.
Enter the lovely and talented professional photographer Andrea Walker. Of Seattle. And Frederick. (How cool is that?!)
I have somehow convinced the talented Ms. Walker to stop by the little 'ole Kitchen Studio on Saturday, October 1 to teach a class on The Art of Food Photography. Isn't that fantastic?? Here, take a look at just a few of her gorgeous food pics:
Andrea has a command of light, and that makes all of the difference in photography.
If you want your food pics to look better... more professional... less sucky, for your blog or whatever, do NOT miss this one-time class, The Art of Food Photography at The Kitchen Studio on Saturday, October 1, 2011 from 10-2.
You'll work in small groups on several food set-ups, using both natural and artificial light. An SLR camera is recommended but not necessary, so bring what you have and learn! Andrea will also will have a selection of equipment and light modifiers to use during class.
The class runs from 10am-2pm and you just know I won't let you leave hungry. A light meal will be served during class.
Interested? Of course you are! Register for class here, and just between you and me, I wouldn't wait too long -- there are only 12 spaces and this class is sure to have a big draw!