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Become a part of the most comprehensive food photography course ever.
Foodtography School was formed on the belief that food photography is both a skill and a business. And now, with double the content, all-new features, and more goodies than ever before, we’re presenting you our revised course!
Because poor photography will only go you so far. If you want to make a living out of food photography, you’ll need to take amazing photos and know how to promote yourself to potential clients.
The money is there; all you need to do is figure out how to make content that demands it.
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PRESS PLAY TO BEGIN.
Consider your photographs.
as a means of expression
Develop a distinct personality.
Make your photography more interesting.
into a company
WHO IS THIS COURSE FOR?
Does this describe you?
I enrolled in Foodtography School because I wanted to take my photography more seriously, which included learning more about light and composition, as well as improving my editing skills.
Foodtography School taught me the basics of food photography. I used to just take images of food at random. I learnt how to compose, style, and edit. Everything I needed to get started on my incredible photographic journey.
This training was a watershed moment in my career as a food photographer. I’m more comfortable marketing myself to potential clients. My course investment has already yielded a 5X return.
We believe that food photography should be taught as both a skill and a business.
Our Mission Statement
Curriculum in Foodtography
When you join today, you get everything:
The basics of
Begin by learning the fundamentals! Learn how to shoot in manual mode (which is a necessity!) and how to edit in Lightroom, our preferred editing software.
Part 1: Photographic History
Understanding Your Camera Settings (Part 2)
Setting up your Food Photography Scene (Part 3)
Part 4: Recommendations for Props and Backgrounds
Lightroom Walkthrough (Part 5)
The first step toward creating your ideal business is to become a professional photographer. That’s when composition, our wonderful friend, comes in…
Part 1: Composition Fundamentals
Part 2: Documenting Motion
Part 3: How to Control Bad Lighting
Part 4: Layering Texture and Contrast
Part 05: The Benefits of Working in Groups
Part 06: Using Perspective in Photography
A camera is nothing more than a box that lets light in. That’s why, in order to take good shots and become a master food photographer, you need to understand light.
Part 1: Different Types of Light (and How to Detect)
Part 2: Different Kinds of Light (and How to Shoot)
Part 3: Lighting Mistakes to Avoid
Part 4: How to Make Your Lighting More Consistent
Create your own personal brand and visual voice to create attractive, consistent food photography.
The Importance of Branding (Part 1)
Visual Branding (Part 2)
Part 3: Brand Communication
Finding Your Visual Voice (Part 4)
Develop your editing skills with Lightroom and how to edit in a variety of techniques. Also, discover your personal editing style!
Part 1: The Two Elements of a Good Edit
Part 2: Soft and Moody Editing
Part 3: Dark and Bold Editing
Part 4: Editing to Tell Your Color Story
Master the social media game so you can proudly display your work while also gaining clients and brand partnerships.
Part 1: An Overview of Social Media
Part 2: How to Be Successful on Instagram
Part 3: Data Analysis
Understanding Other Social Outlets (Part 4)
Part 05: Instagram Quickfire Questions
Part 06: TikTok and Reels
Marketing + Business
Learn how to market to your target market, approach businesses with confidence, and deal with clients like a pro so you can start getting paid what you’re worth!
Part 1: Content Promotion
Part 2: The Mindset of Collaboration
Part 3: How to Approach Brands
Part 4: How to Determine Your Work’s Value
Part 4: How to Bargain
Part 06: Food Photography Business Practices in General
HAVE YOU SEEN THIS?
Our pupils have
collaborated with brands
What are the similarities between Bob’s Red Mill, Domino Sugar, and Lactaid?!
They’ve all teamed together with kids from the Foodtography School!