Advanced Food Photography Workshop One to One
ABOUT THE WORKSHOP
This advanced food photography workshop is specially designed for professional photographers wanting to upgrade your lighting skills and create special lighting techniques used for food photography. Bene will personally guide you throughout the entire 1-day workshop.
Contact us to book a date of your preference.
1 Day, 9am to 5pm each day.
SG$1200 per pax (U.P $1688)
WHO SHOULD ATTEND
Experienced Photographers who already have strong knowledge in studio lighting and wish to learn how to create special lighting technique / styles for food photography.
REQUIREMENT / PREREQUISITE
DSLR or Mirrorless camera. Bring along a 50 to 100mm macro lens if you have one.
Camera & lens will be provided if you are using Canon camera system.
Good knowledge of Basic Photography, Basic Food Photography and Intermediate Food Photography.
Good working knowledge of your camera.
Good working knowledge of Studio Lighting.
You will need to submit your portfolio for review before allow to sign up for this workshop.
Understand about Lighting equipment used for creating special lighting effect.
Understand and learn what is light stacking.
Understand and learn how to create morning/evening lighting.
Self practice with guidance
Review and Critique session
Workshop includes theory and practical session.
TERMS & CONDITIONS
Fees must be paid in full prior to the start of the workshop.
Withdrawal or failure to turn up will result in the loss of the full course fee.
Cause & Effect Studio Pte Ltd reserves the right to modify the specification of a course without notice.
We have a friendly small dog at our studio.
We are not MySkillsFuture / SkillsFuture claimable.
Contact us now if you are interested to sign up.
Please provide your full name email and mobile number.
It was a great experience with Bene and his team, over the three days workshop I did with him. He did his best meet meet all my needs and much more. I highly recommend him to anybody that wants to learn more about food photography.
Thank you very much also to Ada and Seth that were always there to help.