Basic Food Photography Workshop One to One
The waffle shot above was using natural lighting @ f/5.6, 1/40s, ISO 400
About The Event
Learn how to make natural lighting work for you and start taking some drool-inducing food photographs of your own! Bene will personally guide you throughout this workshop.
Contact us to book a date of your preference.
3-4 hours (might overrun), 2pm to 5pm
Promotion: SG$500 per pax (Usual $750)
WHO SHOULD ATTEND
Photographers who have some basic photography knowledge and wish to learn more about food photography using natural lighting.
REQUIREMENT / PREREQUISITE
Compact or DSLR / Mirrorless camera that has Manual control mode or Aperture priority mode.
For Compact Camera, make sure your camera has the macro mode/function.
Have good knowledge about the Basic of Photography.
Good working knowledge of your camera.
Please bring along a macro Lens (50-100mm) if you have one.
Understanding your camera (about resolution, photo quality, white balance and file format)
Understanding about lens (types of lenses to use for food photography)
Aperture and Shutter Speed used in food photography
Learn how to control and apply natural lighting
How to control the exposure
Types of Metering & ISO to use
Lighting tools (low budget)
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.
Artificial lighting will be use if the weather on that day is overcast.
We have a friendly small dog at our studio.
Contact us now if you are interested to sign up.
Please provide your full name, email and mobile number.
Great experience with Bene and his team, during the three days workshop. He did his best meet all my last minute request during the workshop.
During the workshop, I had learned a lot. I will highly recommend Bene to all that wants to learn more about food photography.
Thank you very much, Bene, and also Ada and Seth that was always there to help :)