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I Taught a Food Photography Workshop

03.06.18

How to photography instal-worthy food photography at Whole Foods Market by Modish and MainIf you were to have told me 5 years ago when I borrowed my parents DSLR camera for the first time that I was going to teach a food photography workshop, I simply would have laughed. I only wanted to learn photography so that I could capture some decent images to add to my blog posts. It didn’t take long for me to realize that I loved every aspect of being behind the camera. I became immersed in learning the in’s & out’s and was rewarded years later by being able to extend my knowledge with a group of 22 other inspiring photographers!

Teaming up with Whole Foods Market in Oxnard, we invited anyone interested in learned how to snap insta-worthy food photos for a few hours of tips & tricks followed by socializing and snacking. I was so thrilled that 22 people wanted to come learn from ME! Holy smokes guys, I taught a food photography workshop and it was a success!

How to photography instal-worthy food photography at Whole Foods Market by Modish and MainHow to photography instal-worthy food photography at Whole Foods Market by Modish and MainIf there is anything this whole experience has taught me, believe in your dreams and keep going after them with reckless abandonment. Am I the best food photographer out there? ABSOLUTELY not. Do I have the willingness to learn and keep growing? You betcha. That’s all you ask out of yourself and with a lot of hard work and belief in the fact that you can do it, you’d be surprised what doors open.

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3 comments on “I Taught a Food Photography Workshop”

  1. DrLoser wrote, Photography is a creative art… Let’s start with that. No, it isn’t. I”ve been doing photography since the 1960s. There is a lot of science and technology involved but the stupid gadget doesn”t get to choose the subject nor the lighting nor the exposure nor the focus. Some cameras give more control and some less but there can be no end of art to photography. See, for example, The Art of Photography . I am not a great artist but I”ve taken a few wonderful photographs, mostly black and white in the old days with a 35mm SLR. I really enjoyed film and developed my own but the modern digital camera frees one from a lot of the work of photography and leaves room for the art.

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