Back in May I taught my first food photography class to some local photographers and bloggers in Columbia, SC. When April first contact me to see if I would be interested in teaching, I was very nervous, but decided to give it a go. I’m glad I did because it was a good chance for me to get back to the basics of food photography and provide a good challenge for impromptu food styling!
I didn’t really know what we’d be photographing until I got to the class (which was held at Charleston Cooks!). It was so fun to work as a team and make the food look as delicious as it tasted!
First up, we have Maurice’s BBQ:
ISO 250 82mm f/4.0 1/100s
Kale Salad from Whole Foods:
ISO 320 75mm f/4.0 1/60s
116 State Street’s Dolmas on top of a Whole Foods Quinoa:
ISO 320 105mm f/4.5 1/80s
Lemonade from Whole Foods showing slow shutter speed:
ISO 100 75mm f/16 1/4s
Lemonade again, showing back lighting:
ISO 320 97mm f/4.5 1/80s
Two Brother’s Jerky…surprisingly hard to style:
ISO 320 90mm f/4.0 1/60s
Cookies from Ally and Eloise:
ISO 200 80mm f/4.5 1/80s
ISO 160 105mm f/4.0 1/80s
Thank you to the gals that attended!
So, to you I ask, which dish looks most delicious?
Oh, and just to keep you guys updated on the happenings around here, I’m headed to BlogHer Food 2013 this morning. I have a 6:45am flight to Austin! 🙂 See ya next week!