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SnapnDeals brings you the Photographing Food 9 eBook Bundle for only $29.
Be quick, this awesome SnapnDeal will end before you know it – limited time only!
Photographing FOOD is a downloadable series of NINE eBook issues (in PDF format) that will help you improve your food photography.
Each issue is a 35-40 page full color behind-the-scenes look at what it takes to make beautiful food images.
Issues focus on one topic at a time, making them easy to understand and follow.
This Bundle for anyone who wants to improve their food photography:
Issue 1 of photographing FOOD is the place to start.
In this issue you will learn all about how a window lighting set up can create the perfect light for your images.
Whether you are a novice just starting out, or an pro looking to add food photography to your portfolio, this issue has everything you need to get started!
Issue 2 – Color & Camera
Through exploring monochromatic, analogous, complementary, and split complementary color patterns you will find new inspiration and ways to enhance your food photography.
The camera part of the issue will show you how camera angles can enhance an image, shooting tethered to a computer will help your workflow, how aperture can be used as a creative tool, and how you can take a beautiful image with any camera!
Issue 3 – Shooting At Night
Have you been struggling with finding ways to create beautiful images of your food using artificial light?
Issue 3 of photographing FOOD will address this problem!
Both flash and continuous tungsten lighting are covered. For novice photographers on a budget, there are DIY solutions that you will love.
For serious amateurs and professionals, I will show you some of my favorite light sources and modifiers to use while shooting with artificial light!
Issue 4 – Ingredient & Process Shots
Do you mainly take pictures of food as a finished dish on a plate?
This final version of a dish isn’t the only mouthwatering shot of your food you can create!
This issue will explore how your camera settings and lighting set-up can enhance shots of ingredients and cooking techniques!
Issue 5 – After The Shot
You have read issues 1-4 and learned how to take beautiful pictures of your food!
In Issue 5 of photographing FOOD, I will show you how you can enhance those images in Adobe Lightroom® or Photoshop® to make them even better!
In this issue, I will show you how to crop an image for its final use, add text to communicate an idea, tell a story with a diptych, and use the Tone Curve tool to enhance your images to fit your style!
Issue 6- Outdoors & Travel
Hitting the road and shooting outdoors?
Issue 6 has everything you need to know to take beautiful pictures of your food outdoors!
Inside this 38 page full color downloadable PDF, you will learn about taking pictures at farmers’ markets, restaurants, picnics, your backyard, and much much more!
From hobbyist to professional, there is something that every photographer can take away from this issue.
Issue 7- Backgrounds
A well chosen background can tell a story, complement the subject, and make for a stronger and more powerful image!
Paper, tile, wood, fabric, stone, etc… with so many options how do you choose?
In Issue 7 of photographing FOOD, I will show you some of my favorite backgrounds that are readily available right in your grocery store.
Feeling artistic and want a completely custom background?
I will show you how I paint, stain, and even decoupage my way to beautiful one-of-a-kind backgrounds that are perfect for any type of cuisine!
Issue 8- Modifying Light
This issue is all about modifying the artificial light that you learned to create in Issue 3.
Throughout these 37 pages you will learn what lighting modifiers are and how they can be used to shape and change the quality and direction of the light you are creating.
This issue focuses on modifying a single light set-up.
From DIY set-ups made from an acrylic light panel to my favorite professional grade lighting modifier, this issue is filled with examples, tips, and techniques that any level of food photographer will love!
Issue 9- Natural Light Look with Flash
Do you love the look of natural light, but are frustrated with its inconsistency?
In this issue, you’ll learn how you can take a flash and create the beautiful natural light look anywhere and anytime!
Don’t worry. If you’ve never used a flash before, the “Taking the Fear Out of Flash” section will explain everything you need to know to get started!
The second half of the issue is dedicated towards three lighting modifier set-ups and how you can use them to recreate the natural light look with your flash.
I am a food and lifestyle photographer based out of Charlotte, NC.
I love food and the stories behind it. We all eat, but what we eat and why we eat it is different for every individual.
I love discovering how food is used to bring people together.
Whether it be a restaurant, party, tailgate, festival or any other occasion, I want to know what people are eating and why !
This deal expired on 26/09/2018