Set yourself free from the sun. Learn to shoot food photos any time, anywhere with flash!
In less than 90 minutes with this easy to follow course, you can be up and running with speedlights, creating food photos that are natural, high impact, creative and consistent.
Speedlights are a low-cost, portable flash based lighting solution and are the focus of this course.
This course is less than 90 minutes, start to finish. No extra fluff, no rambling on. Just the solid foundations you need to get up and running quickly.
We'll start by walking through the gear you'll need to start shooting flash and how to operate it. Then I teach you how to achieve the right exposure when adding flash to the equation. From there we learn to control and manipulate your light to capture the images you've always wanted. We also walk through pitfalls to watch out for when working with flash. And finally, I walk you through three different shoots using flash including light & airy and dark & moody.
You've heard that the light is EVERYTHING in photography. With flash, you'll have 100% control over the light in order to create the food images you've always wanted. This course specifically teaches how to use speedlights, a low-cost, portable flash solution that can help you create consistently beautiful food images anywhere, anytime.
As new modules are released and updates are made to the course, you will forever and always have access.
You'll receive access to the private Flash for Food Photography Facebook Group and be able to ask questions and share your work!
If you complete all of the modules and assignments and you're not able to successfully shoot with flash, let me know within 30 days of purchase for a refund.
Before you purchase, double check that this is the course for you.
Creatives and photographers who want to a way to understand flash photography without a lot of complication or fancy terminology.
You know your way around a camera but the idea of adding flash seems overwhelming.
The content is specifically geared to topics relevant to food, still-life and product photographers.
Brand new beginners in photography who just picked up a camera for the first time.
This course requires a baseline knowledge of aperture, shutter speed and ISO in order to apply the principles of flash for achieving the desired exposure of an image. If you’re brand new to photography, check out my Foundations of Food Photography Series and once you feel comfortable with everything covered there, then you’ll be ready for this course.