About This Workshop:
In this food photography workshop, you will learn how to create a stunning composition of a burger in mid-air using an advanced technique for a believable high-end advertising result.
Your instructors, Alex Koloskov (in-studio shooting) and Artem Pissarevskiy (Photoshop retouching), will explain how to overcome challenges when working on food photography assignments: how to set up the scene for a composition, what light to use and how to use it for a dramatic effect in a small studio, and what final steps need to be taken to get the best in-camera results.
Our post-production guru, Artem Pissarevskiy, will also show you the best practices to enhance advertising images like this creative food photography example.
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I’d like to just chime in here. Understand I’m not employed by Photigy I simply think they’re the best. The progress I have made with the pro corner assignments is amazing! The assignments have deadlines and they’re really challenging but doing them is the greatest service one can do for themselves if they’re really serious about improving their photography.
My gut feeling is that if you try it once you’ll be hooked!
Jim Kay is a product photographer based in Boston, Massachusetts. He has been involved with many aspects of photography for over 20 years. He shoots a diverse range of subjects for commercial and small business clients, all with a clean, simple, and elegant aesthetic.