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Editorial Food Photography

with Andrew Scrivani

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About The Class

Every successful photo doesn’t just capture an image; it tells a story. Conceptualizing and photographing that story is both a daunting task and an essential skill — especially when it comes to shooting food. Join New York Times food photographer Andrew Scrivani for a 90-minute workshop on how to tell a story, from beginning to end, in 20 photos or less.

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Lesson Plan

  1. 01

    Editorial Food Photography

    1:25:08
  2. 02

    Bonus Video: General Q&A

    06:18
  3. 03

    Interview with Andrew Scrivani

    09:48

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Andrew Scrivani

Andrew is a photographer, director and producer who has worked on editorial, publishing, advertising, content creation, documentary and feature film projects. He is also an internationally recognized workshop instructor and author and columnist on the subject of visuals.  ... read more

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  • A.R.

    November 2014

    This course gives you a general idea about editorial food photography, its more like an interview with Andrew. In general beside having great skills in food photography, and in order to be a successful editorial food photographer you need to have or create strong relationships with editors of magazine and newspapers. It does not cover much about how to build your business as a editorial food photographer. Thanks Andrew for sharing. http://foodivine.ca

  • Creativelive Student

    June 2017

    A masterful discourse on the art of storytelling with photography, specifically food photography. Outstanding work.

  • Michael Johnson

    Michael Johnson

    April 2019

    Andrew is a natural born teacher and storyteller. I enjoyed learning the specific lingo they use in the industry and also the behind-the-scenes info you typically don't get in food photography tutorials. I look forward to viewing the rest of Andrew's videos here on Creative Live.

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