Bringing out character in a common food product such as cheese, which often looks fairly similar, can be challenging, but it isn’t impossible.
Karl is joined by Russian food photographer and stylist Anna Pustynnikova for this live photography workshop, where together they style and light an assortment of cheeses.
Texture, styling, composition and lighting are key focus points throughout this photography demonstration and you’ll see exactly how the pair work together to reach their final image.
In addition to learning how to light the product, you’ll also learn how not to light it (and why not) and how you can modify unusual light sources to suit your needs.
This fascinating show offers a three light setup that can be adapted for other food products as well as a good base of knowledge to carry forward to other forms of food and product photography.
In this live photography workshop we cover the following:
- Food photography
- How to style food for photography
- How to reveal shape, color and texture
- Light setups for food photography
- Lighting modifier comparisons
- Camera settings for food photography
If you have any questions about this live show please use the comments box below 🙂