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Food photography market is huge. It’s a big niche in the industry with a lot of opportunities. With this course you can start to earn money with a very little investment in the equipment.

Restaurants, cafes always need good quality visual content for ads, menus, banners and so on. You can enter this market really easy with minimal efforts.

Following provided strategies, tips, and techniques in this course, you’ll know how to properly deliver an outstanding result for your client.

About the course

Highlights of this course:

  • How to use a minimal equipment to get job done

    Only 3 speedlites, a few foam-core boards, few mini-stands, camera and a lens is all you need to start taking great images of your favorite food

  • Easy to follow realtime photography scenarios

    Learn how to work with different types of food to make it juicy and  create the most interesting images for each dish you shoot

  • Learn how to use DIY solutions to stay on a budget and make more profit

    We use DIY solutions on every shot in this course

  • Ask questions, submit your work for the review

    You can ask questions and receive answers from our instructors, there are forum and Q&A thread under every lesson in this course

Certificate from photigy photography school

Course Completion Certificate Included:

After successfully finishing this course you will be issued with a professional certificate from Photigy Photography School.

Professional certification shows potential clients that you are committed to your profession and are well-trained.It gives them confidence in your abilities because it proves that your skills have been evaluated and approved by a well-regarded professional organization.

Images from the course

Course Curriculum

Shooting
1. Introduction. Gear overview 00:16:00
2. Setting Up a Scene for a Crab Plate 00:21:00
3. Macro Shot of a Spoon 00:12:00
4. Rolls on a Black Plate 00:12:00
5. Top Down Shot 00:09:00
6. Styling Tips & Tricks 00:11:00
7. 45 Angle Degrees Shots 00:09:00
8. Dessert 00:12:00
9. How to Shoot Exotic Plates. Part I 00:08:00
10. How to Shoot Exotic Plates. Part II 00:03:00
11. Shooting Pasta on a Black Background 00:09:00
Bonus video. How to Shoot Cakes.Part I 00:04:00
Bonus video. How to Shoot Cakes.Part II 00:04:00
Gear for Food Photography Course 00:00:00
Post-production
Post-production. Part I 00:22:00
Post-production. Part II 00:23:00
Post-production. Part III 00:43:00

Course Reviews

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  1. Profile photo of Jaime Arroyo Arias

    very good course

    5

    I liked the explanations, both of the photo shoot, and the retouching, for those who want to get into the world of the food photo, the only thing I would have liked was that the dishes were a little more sensible for us to carry out the practice as closely as possible.

  2. Profile photo of Jorge Enxuto

    Very good course for beginners

    5

    Easy course with great results!
    I recommend this course

  3. Profile photo of ElenaTuck

    Food photography for beginners

    5

    Alex really nails it in terms of highlighting the important issues that one faces in doing food photography. My pictures have improved 1000% when following his instructions and I am delighted with the results. I highly recommend this course.

  4. Profile photo of Alain Saintpo

    Very good intro to food photography

    4

    Food photography was a completely new subject for me. This course was easy to follow and easy to practice for a non professional as me. It does not need a lot of material.
    The post production part was quite simple, i did not lear much but it is true that result was very good even if only basic techniques were used.
    Beside the course, I started to post some of my practiced works on the forum and I received a very good support from the instructor. He also gave several advises that pushed me further and help me to dig further to understand some problems such lighting spots, …
    So, very with this course.

  5. Profile photo of Massimo Debattista

    Sorry to say it very bad.

    1

    This is below expectation from the demo promo video. I stopped watching at 25% of the course. Very unpleasant to watch.

  6. Profile photo of shails

    Guru

    5

    As always Alex is “Guru” and Luciana Ripoll is very fast and specific; she is grate in her editing skills. I am looking forward to learn more in advanced level food photography from you both. Thank you all Photigy team.

  7. Profile photo of Bob Wheaton

    Great images using minimal gear

    5

    This course shows how you can use minimal gear to get professional results. Alex shows you the tips and tricks you need to do this yourself. Very well done.

    Bob W.

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