2 Day Workshop
Food Photography & Styling
FOR SLR CAMERAS
Who should attend?
Do you love food/still life photography? Do you own an SLR camera but you’re not really sure how to use it properly, or you’d like to feel more capable? This course is suitable for beginners and more experienced SLR shooters as the program will be customised to suit the ability of the group.
This workshop is presented in a beautiful, spacious, light-filled space (ideal for food photography) in the balcony room at the Richmond Hotel in Adelaide. With a central location, close to public transport, and discounted parking nearby, the Richmond Hotel is the perfect location. MAP>
What will you photograph?
You will have the opportunity to photograph a range of delicious bakery treats, along with an abundance of fresh produce. We will supply an extensive range of professional backgrounds & props to get your creativity flowing, so you can produce gorgeous photos for your folio and social media.
What will you learn?
This course is designed to provide you with a rounded overview of food photography and styling, equipping you with the foundational knowledge to take great shots.
The Fundamentals of Composition
Selecting the Right Equipment
How to Work with Natural Light
General functionality of your SLR camera
Manual Mode In-depth
How to Plate Food for Photography
The Principles of Styling
An Overview of Editing in Lightroom
Cost: $696 per person
Tuition in a small-group environment;
Theoretical and hands-on practical sessions;
Use of equipment, props and food to photograph;
A delicious catered lunch;
Certificate of Completion;
Plus great FREE bonuses (see below).
Participants also receive an exclusive invitation to Fran Flynn’s private Facebook group, where you can participate in monthly photography challenges and receive individual feedback.
An eBook copy of ‘The Ultimate Guide to Natural Light for Food Photography’. This handbook covers a large proportion of the material we will discuss in class, plus some things we won’t have time to cover in-depth. The softback version will be available for purchase at the workshop.
A '5-in-1’ reflector/diffuser. A reflector is the first essential item of equipment for any photographer wanting to learn how to work with natural light. This 5-in-1 reflector offers silver, gold, white and black reflective surfaces, as well as a semi-opaque diffuser option. (item may differ slightly from photo)
What do you need to bring?
An SLR camera
At least one standard lens (a ‘kit’ lens is fine)
A laptop with a copy of Lightroom (a trial copy is fine)
Ideally a tripod (not essential)
There are limited places available in this small-group experience.
Secure your spot now! Early Bird Payment plan available.
Hi I'm Fran, a professional photographer and designer based on the Gold Coast in Australia. I’m a lifelong creative, passionate about producing drool-worthy images that provoke emotion and make you hungry!
My obsession is teaching others how to achieve the satisfaction of realising their creative vision too. I also love to produce high quality visual books (especially cook books) for my clients. You can see my commercial folio here and read more about me here.
Annabel Bower graduated from the world renowned Ballymaloe Cookery School, Ireland in 2001. She went on to cook for Dukes, Lords and Ladies as a private chef in Gloucestershire England before returning to Australia to start her own catering company.
She amassed vast event catering experience in both corporate and private sectors and has been highly sought after for her creative flair and incredibly hands on approach.
Early bird payment plan available!
The Participant acknowledges and agrees that by participating in the workshop, the Participant accepts these Terms and Conditions and agrees to be bound by them. Transfer of booking to another person is permitted in certain circumstances, but no refunds are offered unless the course is cancelled. The Participant acknowledges and agrees that Fran Flynn Photography & Design and Sample Food Festival are not responsible and will not be held liable for any damage, theft or damage to the Participant’s personal property at the venue prior to, during or after the workshop. The Participant is responsible for advising at least 1 week before the workshop, of any special dietary requirements. Although every reasonable effort will be made to satisfy these requirements, we do not guarantee that the Participant’s requirements will be met. Participants with any food allergies must bring their own food and we accept no responsibility for any reaction to any food or beverage supplied during the workshop.*