Are you always snapping pictures of your food? Have you wanted to improve your skills as a photographer? Learn the tricks of the trade by taking a free food photography class online with Andrew Scrivani.
Scrivani is a renown food photographer, food stylist and writer based in New York. His work has been featured worldwide in publications like The New York Times, La Cucina Italiana and Newsweek.
His three-day workshop will take place from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. (Los Angeles time) beginning on Friday, July 19th. It will enable you to learn the basics of food photography, food styling, food blogging and how to turn your hobby into a business.
''This course is for anyone that has passion for food or photography, from the aspiring photographer looking to learn new skills to the professional who is looking to develop his skills for a new medium'' Scrivani says.
Day 1 will focus food styling and the selection of gear, even when on a low budget. Day 2 will cover camera settings and how to market yourself as a food photographer. Blogger Shauna Ahern of Gluten Free Girl blog will join Scrivani on Day 3. Together, they will chat about food writing, blogging and recipe writing.
You can't miss this opportunity! Click here to enroll in this food photography class for free.
Friday July 19th to Sunday, July 21st
9 a.m. to 4 p.m. (Los Angeles time)
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