One Day Intensive Workshop
Saturday April 6th 2019
This workshop will demonstrate how to style food to tell the best and most appropriate visual story for your food or subject. Through elements such as props, natural light, angles, botanicals and editing, the simplest food or subject can be transformed into an opulent visual story. Learn how to achieve a bright and vibrant scene or a dark and moody painterly capture.
There will be a hands on style sessions where you can create a still life scene with cake, food and props. As well as an opportunity to work with a model to learn the art of Rembrandt’s chiaroscuro/lighting and triangle technique in portraits. All this will be followed up with a tutorial on editing your work in Adobe Lightroom.
Spaces are very LIMITED so book soon.
Saturday, April 6th 2019 From 9:30 AM to 5:30 PM
Time: 9:30 AM- 5:30 PM
Betty Binon @stemsandforks
Spend the day in my studio North of TORONTO to learn:
My studio in Thornhill, Ontario 1 km north of Toronto (Bayview/Steeles area). With ample space, windows and props.
-the art and theory behind styling your food or subject to tell a visual story
-chiaroscuro effect in photography: how to manipulate natural light to its fullest to create strong light and dark shadows
-alternatively, how to brighten your subject to eliminate shadows with limited tools and/or instruments
-how to create a strong effective mood and story with minimal props in your home or business
-Shooting in manual with your DSLR camera
-the importance of ISO, aperture, shutter and shooting in raw
-we will style a food scene, shoot it and edit on Adobe Lightroom with Betty’s help
-Adobe Lightroom editing skills-best practices to transform your image with Lightroom including some very handy hacks- I will share ALL my Lightroom skills
-Navigating social media — and how to grow your followers and engagement
-How to make your blog a business/brand
There will be a large selection of props and food boards you can choose from to use for our break out sessions as well some fresh flowers, vines from the garden and produce available for your still life shots.
Who should attend?
This program is ideal for food bloggers, beginner photographers, floral designers, social media influencers, food stylist, food industry specialists such as restaurant owners, and portrait photographers and those interested in photography and/or styling your food, flowers or subject with an edge. I recommend a DSLR camera, however, phone cameras/point and shoot cameras are welcome too.
For ALL BOOKINGS and inquiries please email Betty Binon email@example.com
I will be limiting the number of participants to a very small group to ensure lots of 1:1 time. Spaces are limited so booking early is highly recommended.
BRING: Laptop with Adobe Lightroom Classic CC installed, Camera with memory card and fully charged battery, tripod (if avail) and any special props you’d like to use. However loads of props here you can use to style and shoot with.
Bookings are non-refundable unless you are able to find someone to take your place.
Exceptions may be made at the discretion of the facilitators.
Not included: Travel and accommodations. Please email firstname.lastname@example.org accommodation recommendations.
Please email email@example.com for inquiries or bookings.
See you there!