You may already know that aside from taking photos of food on my dining table to share here, I am also a freelance photographer. And last year a clever little cookie by the name of Megan (you may know her as the creative genius behind Littlesweet Baking) asked me if I would ever be interested in holding a photography workshop. I hadn’t thought about it until then, but once that seed was planted it of course had to grow. A few months later I held my first workshop at Accent Home in Claremont. The kind folks at Accento let us occupy their space while we talk about food styling and all things food photography. Sounds good doesn’t it? It is!
So far I have held three workshops with more coming up. If you are interested or would like more information you can email me and I will provide you with more details. You can also let me know your preference for days ie weekdays or weekends, as I am fairly flexible. Created for the photography beginner, we cover things such as camera settings (I’ll get you from shooting on auto to manual), lighting, composition, how to use colour and texture to highlight your subject, background, props and framing, white balance and the ever-popular depth of field.
By the way, if you are considering renovating your kitchen, you really should check out Accento Home.