Food Photography with the New York Times' Andrew Scrivani July 19-21. Join The In-Studio Audience!
Andrew Scrivani is a world-renowned commercial and editorial photographer, food stylist & writer. Andrew's work has been featured in some of the most widely distributed magazines and newspapers including, The New York Times, Eating Well Magazine, La Cucina Italiana, The Wall Street Journal and Newsweek. Now, this one-of-a-kind talent is coming to creativeLIVE!
During his 3-day class, Andrew will discuss and demonstrate the practice and business of food photography from the selection and shooting process through post-production, marketing and negotiation. Even learn how to shoot a quality image on a budget or with a smartphone.
Do you want to join Andrew's LIVE in-studio audience in the creativeLIVE Seattle studio?
Here's how to apply:
Andrew is looking for 6 photographers to join him on set in the creativeLIVE Seattle studio for some 1-on-1 coaching sessions. For your chance to join him, here’s what you need to do:
1) Record a 60 second video describing little bit about yourself, your passion for food, and how learning to take quality photos of food is important to you and why you want to join Andrew in Seattle, WA during his course July 19-21. Upload your video to YouTube, Vimeo or any other platform.
2) Fill out this Audience Form and make sure to paste your video URL in the section titled “Submit Your Video.”
3) Hang tight. A few days after the July 8th deadline, creativeLIVE will contact selected participants directly via email.
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Here's Andrew's description of what will happen on days 1,2, and 3 of his workshop:
On Day 1 we will talk about food selection and preparation. Our Food Styling demonstration will teach you how to style with basic, inexpensive gear. Then onto Propping where you will learn how to set up for the shot and improve the set with props. And finally we will discuss how to choose your gear based on your budget level, expertise, and style of shooting.
On Day 2 we will dive into camera settings and now we are ready to TAKE THE SHOT. After a fun lunch-time assignment utilizing your new skills, we’ll discuss workflow, from planning to post-production. I’ll teach you tips on how to take your file from the camera to the computer to arrive at a stunning final image. Now it’s time to talk business such as marketing , pricing, negotiating, and copyrighting your work.
On Day 3 we will welcome a special guest Food Blogger who will discuss how better photography means not only a more professional look, but also a bigger audience. We will critique images from Day 2. Learn how to take indoor low-light photos without breaking the bank. You won’t need fancy equipment to learn better techniques as we pull out our point and shoot and smartphone cameras. Whether you are an aspiring professional photographer or a food enthusiast you will have the skills to shoot stunning, high-quality photos.