The food in an image is quite another thing from food on a plate in front of you. Food photographers have the challenging task of recreating the many sensations that draw us to a good meal - its aroma, warmth, the anticipation of taste - using only one of the senses. To bring foods to life in pixels and on paper, Steve Hansen liberates them from the stationary plate. He captures them in motion, crashing and splashing into each other.
Join veteran photographer Steve Hansen for this course, and you’ll learn:
It will be fun and messy - the audience will be wearing slickers to protect their clothes from flying food and liquid. In addition to learning about the technical requirements for capturing food in motion, you’ll learn how to sell your images to editors, websites and magazines. Develop the confidence to bring more advanced techniques into your food photography practice, and make your photos stand out in the crowd.
- How to capture your food in action by using the right flashes and strobes.
- Which lenses and settings to use to capture your food and liquids in vivid motion.
- The basics of post-processing for images of frozen motion, and how to enhance the image you take in-camera.