Professional Food Photography
with Penny De Los Santos
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01 Defining Food Photography11:40
Class duration: 2h 33mSee all 5 lessons
About The Class
learn how the pros shoot food.
In Professional Food Photography with Penny De Los Santos you’ll learn about the creative process and logistical wrangling of creating food-driven ad campaigns for top clients in the US. Penny will share insights from her experiences shooting for commercial clients and she’ll share tips for charting your own course to success.
This amazing course is part of the series of professional food photography tips.
Defining Food Photography
Find out what makes food photography unique and compelling.11:40
The Power of Food Photography43:17
Shoot: Apples and Pears32:47
Shoot: Roasted Squash31:50
Shoot: Tomatoes and Bread34:06
Penny De Los Santos
Penny is an award-winning internationally published photographer that has travel extensively throughout the US and to over 35 countries on assignment. Her work is intimate and moving. Her images are inspired by global cultural foodways and the artisanal food movement with focuses on everything from iconic dishes to ethnic street food. From the ingredients to plated meals, she uses a strong contrast between light and dark to give images an authentic, painterly feel. ... read moreSee instructor's Classes
75% of students recommend this class.
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Thank you Penny and Aran for inspiring me to start shooting food. It was wonderful to see them working together and creating beautiful images with delicious food.
This class was wonderful. Penny and Aran (food stylist) demonstrate how the relationship of two creative people can generate great results in food photography. This class is very inspiring. Thanks you for sharing this experience with us!
I watched all the demo class of hers, I think she needs to organise what she needs to say in the class better, then I will pay her classes. I think she needs to think about what viewer want to learn, rather than what she wants to share. As a viewer and learner, I would like to hear more about knowledge and wish she could use time better when she talks.
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