THE ART OF FOOD PHOTOGRAPHY
Step By Step Instructions On
How To Shoot And Style Food
Immediate access as a digital download.
The Art of FOOD PHOTOGRAPHY BUNDLE
Only $98 – Eight hours of Instruction
Are you interested in Food Photography but you don’t know where to start?
This series of videos will walk you through the Art and Business of Food Photography.
Jay P Morgan and Ed Rudolph will mentor you as they show how to shoot food and beverages, how to style food, retouching techniques, tips on promoting your work and business practices. With over 25 years of experience working in the industry, Jay P and Ed will teach you the Art of Food Photography and help you gain the knowledge and confidence to build up your portfolio and get work shooting food.
Who Should Take the Food Photography Course
Anyone with a basic knowledge of photography who wants to create a portfolio of food imagery and learn how to start your food photography business.
What Will be Covered
Natural Light and Equipment
- Over 2 Hours Of Instruction
- 3 Different Food Shoots From Start To Finish
- The Camera Gear You Need To Get Started
- What Tripod to Use and How to Setup for a Shoot
- Lighting Techniques And Principles Using Window Light
- Best Camera Settings To Use For Food Photography
- Choosing Proper Grip Equipment and Setup
- Much, much more!
Studio Light & Business Tips
- Over 5 Hours Of Instruction
- 4 Different Food Shoots From Start To Finish
- Using Strobes For Lighting Food
- Food Styling Techniques
- What To Have In Your Food Styling Kit
- Tips On How To Make Your Food Images Look Natural
- Techniques To Use For Commercial Advertising Images
- Image Composition For More Artistic Food Shots
- Business Marketing Advice
- Pointers On Estimating Your Food Shoots
- Best Practices For Invoicing and Getting Paid
- Retouching Tips To Make Your Images More Professional
- Much, much more!
The Art of Food Photography Bundle
- Studio Lighting & Business Tips Series
- Natural Light and Equipment Series
Why Should You Take This Course
Jay P and Ed are both working professionals in the Los Angeles commercial photography market. Ed has done hundreds of Commercial Photography Food and Still Life Shoots with a wide range of clients and he has expert advice about how to get the best food images and how to make a living shooting food. Jay P has years of experience shooting commercial photography and teaching students at universities about commercial photography, portfolio development, and photography business practices.
This all-encompassing guide walks you through several photoshoots from start to finish with tips and tricks that beginning food shooters need to know. Here is your answer to starting that new business venture and making money as a food photographer!
A lifelong resident of California, Ed is a graduate of Art Center College of Design, where he earned his BFA in Photography and began his love of shooting still lifes, especially food. Now, Ed brings his passion for food and appreciation for great design to each new project. He’s been fortunate to work with amazing people along the way and some great clients like Pizza Hut, Coffee Bean and Tea Leaf, Taco Bell, El Pollo Loco and more. He lives in Los Angeles with his wife and two young sons and in his spare time he tries to fit in the occasional bike ride. Most nights, however, he can be found in front of the stove, attempting to perfect the latest recipe and usually taking pictures of the results.
With 25+ years in commercial photography, Jay P has shot for a variety of food clients including Pizza Hut, IHOP, McDonald’s, Domino’s Pizza, Frito Lay, Dunkin Donuts, Kelloggs, Quaker Oats, and El Pollo Loco as well as Entertainment, Advertising Agencies and Corporate clients including Showtime, Warner Brothers, Disney, Arthur Anderson, BBDO, 20th Century Fox, NBC Television and many more.
Jay P has taught photography and videography at Art Center College of Design, Brooks Institute, and Golden Gate College. His photography and videography business and how-to lessons have been featured in No Film School, F-Stoppers, Peta Pixel, and SLR Lounge, among many others. Jay P has had the pleasure to present workshops and speak at many different events in the industry, including but not limited to, PhotoPlus, WPPI, and PPA.