28 June Learn Food Styling and Food Photography with Jemma Watts

Our first workshop was a great success and we have had quite a few requests to have more food photography workshops.

Jemma is busy into wedding season but she has managed to find a day to fit another workshop in.

This will be a full day hands on workshop from 10am to 5pm. You will be learning about how to style for a shoot, how to use natural day light to make your photos look amazing.

Jemma Watts Food Photography
Image by Jemma Watts

What you will learn: 

  • Understanding your camera and settings
  • The anatomy of a food photography shoot
  • Using textures and props to style your photos and bring them to life
  • Understanding natural and artificial lighting and much more.

Who should attend: 

  • Any blogger who wants to learn how to take better pictures for your blog, not just food photographers as the techniques you learn will be very beneficial even if you are taking still life photos of beauty products or fashion products too.
  • Food bloggers who wants to learn some professional food styling tricks
  • Any budding food photographer who wants to improve on their skills
  • Any restauranters or B&B owners who wants to learn to take great shots for their own websites or brochures.

Note: You need to bring along a DSLR or a proper camera to get the most out of this workshop. Smartphone cameras will not be appropriate. You can bring along a tripod too but it’s not essential.

About Jemma Watts

Jemma is a professional photographer and she specialises in food, lifestyle and weddings.

Learn more about Jemma and see her photography on her website http://www.jemmawatts.com/food/

When: Saturday 28th June 2014 (Note new date)

Venue: Central London (TBC)

Time: From 11am to 5pm,  to use the best of natural daylight


Book Early!

Workshop Tickets £99 per person


TESTIMONIAL: This is what Tina had to say about the last food photography workshop:

“I found the session to be very useful, with Jemma being incredibly patient in answering all our questions. The day was a good balance between theory (without too much technical jargon!) and practice. 
Before the workshop, I was too afraid to use my DSLR, especially on the manual mode but Jemma explained how changing the aperture and shutter speeds can affect your shot. I liked that she gave us the opportunity to take the same picture on different aperture settings so we could see for ourselves how it can affect the shot. I also picked up useful tips on food props and styling. My photography has definitely improved since the workshop and I am having fun experimenting with my DSLR. 
I would definitely recommend this workshop for beginners, who are looking improve their food photography.
Thank you for organising the workshop.” Tina @TheSpicyPear, London

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