Are you a foodie or food blogger who’s tired of being out-shined by amazing food photographers? Would you like to be among the best when it comes to wowing people with your incredible images of food? Well, you might just want to stick around and read more about my food photography mastery course.
Look at the difference between the 2 photos below.
That is 5 years of experience of growth as a food photographer. I never settled and stopped growing with my food photography over those years and I don’t plan on stopping any time soon. And I want to share what I have learned so that you can also make this shift!
What is this course all about?
Well, if you think this is just about learning how to take some cool shots of food then you are dead wrong.
Rather, this course is about giving you an abundance of knowledge which will help you take quality food photos consistently. By making you understand what actually makes food look good through a lens. And by setting you up for success as a food photographer!
Who this course is and isn’t for
If you are already among the best and you already have that abundance of knowledge, this course is most likely not for you. However, if you’re someone who struggles to take those quality shots, and desires to stand out amongst the crowd because of your stunning food images, this is definitely the course for you.
But I don’t have fancy equipment!
Ok, I want you to imagine something for a second, imagine that someone just knocked on your front door right now, and then gave you the so-called “best camera” for food photography. Now don’t get me wrong, that would be helpful, but at the end of the day, you would still have to use it! And you would have to learn to use it effectively, and make the best of it right?
And even if/when you get that camera, you’ll realise that there’ll be more equipment to invest in, then when you get that equipment, there will be more equipment to invest in after that! I have found great success in using what I already have, and using it well whilst I invest in equipment that I “need” or desire. So if taking awesome food photos is something you’d like to do, don’t get caught in the trap of waiting until you have the “proper” equipment.
In fact, let me show you a couple of photos of the same bowl of pasta, one shot is taken with my average HTC phone, and the other is taken with my DSLR camera.
I was more than able to take an enticing shot with the phone wouldn’t you say? So nowadays, I truly believe that “I can’t take good photos because I don’t have….” is an excuse.
I guarantee that you can do a lot more with that little phone or that small amount of equipment than you think. And I will show you so many things that you can start applying from this course right now.
Are there any bonuses?
You bet, this course comes with bonus content which delves into the art of dark food photography. That dark moody style appeals to so many people because of the dramatic feel and the beautiful atmosphere that is created.
I will teach you the secrets behind how to achieve that beautiful contrast, but furthermore, this section of the course will teach you how to be in full control of the whatever light you’re using. Which will give you a HUGE advantage as a food photographer!
What makes this course differ from other courses?
Don’t get me wrong, the course is fantastic, and it will help you grow rapidly as a food photographer. However, I don’t just want to share my course with you, then wave my hands and saying “best of luck!”. You see, other courses don’t get personal, but this one does.
Yep, that’s right, this course comes with a LIFETIME of photo critiquing! This is the part that will help you grow exponentially as a food photographer, and this is what can help you be among the best because this isn’t just about critiquing your photos that aren’t so good. This is about critiquing your GOOD and even BEST photos as well because I don’t want you to settle as a food photographer, I want you to keep getting better.
I want you to become so good that even great food photographers would struggle to critique and point out flaws in your food photographs. In the course I will show you how you can send in your photos to get critiqued.
Want to test the photo critiquing for free?
You can email me at email@example.com or DM me on Instagram @blogtastic.food.photography to find out how you can get 2 of your photos critiqued for free. Just to get a taste of what you could get for a lifetime.
So are you interested?
Good! Click here or the image below to sign up and get more information about the course. And if you have any questions, just email me or DM me on Instagram (my E-mail and link to my Instagram page are directly about).
And feel free to check out my free content about food photography:
Here is a link to my portfolio if you would like to view my work: