Improve the images you take of food
Join me for an inspiring workshop on 28th October 2016
Hi there. I’m Emily Quinton. I teach people to take beautiful photographs.
Increasingly, to communicate well online we're using images, and many of us now carry a camera around in our pockets every day – our phones!
But do you know how to really use a phone or a camera to create images of food that work well online?
I've teamed up with award-winning food photographer Catherine Frawley to offer a brand new hands on workshop for people who want to improve their food photography.
Join us and get inspired to improve your food photography.
Learn to make your food look as good as it tastes
The hands on course that will really help you improve the standard of your food photography.
What have you been using photography for so far? How are you styling your food to capture it at its best? Are you getting the best from your camera or Smartphone? Are you getting the most out of social media and sharing?
Make time to learn some new skills. Stop sharing grainy, poorly-lit images and learn to tell the story of you and your food in a beautiful way.
Take a look at our last food styling workshop
included in the workshop
- How to create well-composed images.
- Using natural light.
- Great camera settings for photographing food.
- Visual story telling.
- Styling tips and tricks to help your food look amazing.
- Advice about props.
- Picking backgrounds and colour combinations.
- How to set up a scene.
- Sharing your food photography on social media.
Love for the Makelight experience
We often hear that attendees have really enjoyed the experience at our workshops and have continued to explore what they learned with us.
Here's Carly's progress since attending our Food Photography workshop last year.
40 Martell Road
London, England, SE21 8EN
If you have any questions regarding the course or anything at all, get in touch! One of our small team will be happy to help.