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Come behind the scenes with Caroline Jensen, Julie Peveto & Kellie Bieser in a series of shooting videos and an original eBook filled with tips, techniques, pullbacks, and diagrams that reveal the secrets to food photography. You’ll learn how they style a scene, work with light, and carefully compose culinary components to create mouth-watering photos that are a feast for the eyes.
what you’ll get:
A beautiful 136 page eBook showing pullbacks and final images
BEHIND THE SCENES VIDEOS
Over three hours of behind the scenes videos showing how the photographers light, style and capture their images
Bonus Editing Videos and Lightroom Preset
Bonus processing videos from each presenter and Caroline's "Simple Moody Food" preset
Props and styling
Stop motion and cinemagraph
Creating a backdrop, testing a new location
Finding, using and creating light for food
An interview with each presenter covering light use, favorite backgrounds, styling preferences and more
Submit questions to the Presenter anytime during the program's duration, and receive a copy of the recorded Q&A video at the end of the breakout's run.
*Please note: All items in this listing are digital downloads that must be downloaded to a computer (you may transfer to an iPad after your original download to a computer). Due to the nature of digital downloads, they are non-refundable.
See pullbacks and learn how each photographer achieved her final images
See how the photographers stage and capture their work through pullbacks and videos
Get an inside look at how to use the light around you (and what to do if you don’t have enough)
How to choose a location for your shot
How the photographers choose a background for their images
Get to know each of the featured artists through interviews and imagery
How the photographers create a variety of images from one setup
This is a group Breakout featuring the work of three presenters: Caroline Jensen, Julie Peveto and Kellie Bieser. Caroline Jensen, A Sony Artisan of Imagery, is a photographic artist living on the prairie. Her favorite things include cozy nights in front of her natural wood fireplace, camping in her Airstream, and read alouds with her children. Kellie Bieser is a wife, mother, and visual historian based in Columbus, OH. Assisted by a bottomless cup of black coffee, Kellie likes to spend her time away from the camera running, reading, and playing in the yard with the kids. Julie Peveto is a project manager by day and a photographer in her free time. She is always looking for beautiful light and composition whether she is shooting portraits of her daughter or the food on her table. She recently relocated from suburban Dallas to the woods of Northern New Jersey.
It has all the information, inspiration and motivation you’ll need and more to venture into the art and styling of food photography. From the gorgeous PDF to tons of detailed videos with pull backs, this is an incredible value and has enough material for a full class! Any one of the instructors is fabulous but to have all three of them go over their process adds so much more value. What I found particularly useful is the detailed thought process behind each photo, including options for beautiful natural and artificial light setups. It’s like standing next to the instructor and having them explain all the details of why and how of the photograph. I learned so much about styling and the importance of textures and backgrounds. You’ll be wowed and amazed at all the gorgeous images and these ideas can by translated to still life photography as well. Highly recommended as one of the best breakouts ever and I have taken many! Eva Satell on 13th Dec 2017
I wanted to have a better way to look at food when I go to photograph it, and this breakout is providing that. I’m getting to think and see through the eyes of Kellie, Caroline and Julie. The PDF in particular helped me sort my thoughts while reading theirs and seeing the images that came from those thoughts. I better know the light I prefer, the textures, the mood – all of which will both make me better at photographing food as well as help me skip many frustrating attempts. So glad I jumped in! Jennifer Convey on 13th Dec 2017
. The three teachers each have such a beautiful approach to food. They show how to use all types of light and have encouraged me to give artificial light a try. They make food photography seem doable. Thanks for a great breakout. Ettiene on 13th Dec 2017