Jonathan Thompson covers what dark & moody photography is, how it’s shot, & the things he wish he knew before doing client work.
Category: The Food Photography Summit
Melissa Hom brings us into the life of a freelance food photographer. How to make sure you get paid, make contracts, get clients, keep them & more.
Michelle Minaarr talks about the differences between shooting for clients vs shooting at home, restaurant photography, & how to get clients.
Laura & Sarah cover the different places you can get props, how to get clients, food photography stories from their travels to over 30 countries & more.
Saghar Setareh teaches us how to use color to change the look & feel of your images, how to tell a story through your food photography, how to take good photos with your iPhone, & what goes into putting together a food photography workshop.
Danny Ghitis covers the topics of shooting quickly/simply for maximum effect, incorporating your natural environment into your photography, and the cultures around food.
Stephen Devries talks about what Capture One is, what tethered shooting is, why people shoot tethered, & the experience of collaborating for both on and off site shoots.
During this session, Beata Lubas talks about how natural light is used, how it varies throughout the year, & how to gain an Instagram following (people love Bea’s Instagram).
Aysegul Sanford goes full hands on in her session. She talks about editing using Adobe Lightroom, her shooting setup, & dealing with the negative emotions that often come with being a food photographer.
Claudia Gödke covers what her shoot setup looks like, things she wish she knew before client work, and what to do if someone steals your work in print, on Instagram & other places.