Food Photography - Getting started Part II Class | Amphy
Food Photography - Getting started Part II with Pradeep J | Amphy

Food Photography - Getting started Part II

Second part in a brief introductory class for beginners and intermediate photographers about the practice and profession of food photography.

What you'll learn

If you've ever asked yourself how they shot that? or How can I make my food photography better? This class is for you. This is part two of the class since it is an exhaustive topic. Here I will be covering  composition, story telling and end with the business of food photography. Class will last 1 hour. We will have a practical discussion and goal setting for your own style of food photography and can plan further classes based on particular interests. 

This class is perfect for

This class is best for someone who already knows how to use their camera, however based on the learning level, it can be customised to anyone who wants to make their food images look better.

Your Teacher

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I have been working as a freelance photographer since 2012. I have always been a photography enthusiast and enjoyed geeking out about photography. I have worked as part of photo teams and as a freelancer for companies, events and individuals shooting people, food, travel, products and special moments. I'm currently focused on food however, I enjoy all aspects of photography including teaching photography. I'm something of an opportunistic photographer, I plan for every shoot but I also make the best out of every situation and make the best out of the unexpected. I'm also a medical doctor and have many years of experience teaching undergraduate medicine.

What students need

Any camera - phone to DSLR
An editing software - snapseed to lightroom
Some food items to shoot.
Think about what you want your food images to look like.
Make a mood board by collecting images on pinterest/unsplash and we can work on your goals based on that.

How to participate

Simply click the link in your confirmation email to join the video call.
Note: Be sure to download Zoom for free on a desktop or mobile device before your scheduled class.

Class Reviews

5.0 (1)
  • Holly H

    This was a great class. I learned lots of practical tips and ideas. He was good about answering my questions.

    5 out of 5