Penny De Los Santos
Penny De Los Santos
Introduction: Point of Departure50:20 2
Audience Q & A47:53 3
Interview: James Oseland, Editor of Saveur Magazine41:59 4
Principles of Food Photography43:31 5
Critique with Larry Nighswander of Saveur Magazine58:16 6
Business of Food Photography49:32 7
HOMEWORK: Day 1 Assignment06:34
Shoot 1: Citrus Still Life1:09:57 9
Shoot 2: Grilled Lamb Kebobs with Citrus Salad55:59 10
Shoot 3: Bacon and Grits48:12 11
Shoot 4: Mussels and Frites54:57 12
Shoot 5: Asian Noodle Soup35:14 13
Students Shoot34:50 14
Beyond the Plate: Culture, People and Place58:40 15
Shoot: Oyster Roast45:21 16
Shoot: Food Truck (Skillet)33:37 17
Image Critique39:38 18
Shoot: Farm Table Dinner57:17 19
Join award-winning photographer Penny De Los Santos for this 15-hour course. When you think about food photography, it's not just about what's on the plate. It's about everything around it. The details, the scenes, the people, the culture, the history, the geography, and especially the moments. Food connects all of us. Food photography is the crossroad, where culture, food, and people come together.
Supplement this course and master your post-processing skills with classes from the Lightroom and Photoshop tutorials series.
Ratings and Reviews
Penny is the best with Food photography and at telling a story with pictures. This was the very first class I ever saw on Creative Live and Penny was amazing! Her class is so informative to all the aspects of food photography, from styling, to plating to shooting and lighting. and how to tell a story. What she taught me will never go out of style and will inspire you too. Thank you Penny for this outstanding class!
Love, Love, Love Penny. What great energy. I will never look at food the same way. Her story and her vision really touched me. She was so generous in sharing her knowledge in such simple terms. One of my favorite classes!
a Creativelive Student
Totally love this course!! What a find especially for the price - such a wealth of information and what a great positive spirit!! Thanks Penny for sharing - keep up the excellent work!