Learn How to Take Better Food Photos Any Time of the Day Or Night

Hey everyone!

This weekend, we’ve got our Food Photography workshop in Brooklyn and there are still available spots left for folks to sign up! Attendees get a free 24/7 camera bag, a three course dinner, and a critique on their food photographs.

Join us! Find out more info right here!

Have you ever arrived home from work trying to photograph your food but found the light wasn’t adequate? Join The Phoblographer’s Editor in Chief, Chris Gampat, as he takes you through a special class involving lighting specifics when it comes to food photography. He’ll walk you through a number of techniques, and share tips and tricks to create photos. Everyone will receive a chance to shoot, and this two day intensive class will have a limited-size to ensure its intimacy.

All attendees receive a free 24/7 Traffic Collection Sling bag and a three course dinner package on Saturday night.

Day 1: Chris will go over ideas and the basics of lighting images when natural light isn’t quite sufficient. Chris and the class will head over to Tutu’s in Brooklyn to photograph food. The day will end with a special dinner for attendees.

Day 2: Attendees will find themselves back at Adorama to submit a single image of theirs shot during the session to be critiqued by Chris and the class.

Chris Gampat

Chris Gampat is the Editor in Chief, Founder, and Publisher of the Phoblographer. He also likes pizza.