Would you like to improve your food photography? Are your pictures just OK but you are not sure how to make them extra special? Help is at hand. Food writer and photographer Meeta Khurana-Wolff will be back in October 2013 to conduct another two-day food styling and photography workshop here in Dubai.
When: 29th and 30th October 2013
The workshop will be limited to only twelve people so that each person receives the best attention and guidance from Meeta. You can read more about how Meeta approaches photography, styling and tuition here. The aim is to solve as many of your food photography and styling problems as possible so you leave the workshop with the information and skills you need. You’ll be given the inspiration and the means to unleash your creativity and make your food images irresistible. In addition they’ll be a range of hands-on exercises with a wide range of different foods and locations. And food is central to this workshop – you won’t remain hungry. With Chefs Russell Impiazzi and Dima Sharif on hand plus a Frying Pan Food Tour your creativity and tastebuds will be stimulated. This course is ideally suited for food bloggers, stylists and photographers.
Register now as places very limited PLEASE NOTE THE WORKSHOP IS NOW FULLY BOOKED.
The course will cover basic and advanced food styling, from choosing props to composition and will focus in-depth on photography techniques including post-production. Through comprehensive exercises, hands-on assignments, field trip and cooking classes, a variety of aspects of food photography and styling will be addressed. Meeta’s hands-on approach means plenty of individual coaching and one-to-one contact. All your questions can be answered, ideas can be shared and practical experience gained in a relaxed, sociable environment. In addition, I’ll be giving a presentation on Social Media for food blogging.
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The workshop includes two days of intensive instruction led by one of Europe’s leading food bloggers, Meeta Khurana-Wolff , a light lunch or brunch on both days, dinner on both evening and all beverages throughout the sessions, and transport to the off-site assignment.
For a flavour of what went on at the last two workshops read: