Food Photography Workshop by Mark Floro at PCCI (May 2007)

Food Photography Workshop

by Mark Floro

9AM-5PM May 30-31, 2007


With the fast growing number of food establishments and products, the demand for food photographers has never been greater. In this intensive two-day workshop, food photographer par excellence Mark Floro will guide you step-by-step through the range of lighting and photographic techniques used to make food look great in photographs.
What will be covered:

* Equipment needed
* Lighting for food photography
* Omnibus lighting for food
* Sculptured lighting
* Different styles of photographing food
* Bringing out color and texture
* Lighting for drinks
* Finding a good food stylist
* Tricks to making food look appetizing
* Problems and treatments in photographing food
* The business side of food photography

Who should attend

This two-day workshop is for photographers who either want to specialize in food photography, or simply want to broaden their repertoire.

Participants should have completed our Basic Photography workshop, or have equivalent experience.
Presentation method

Class time is divided between instructor-led presentations, hands-on practice, and instructor-led critiques of the photos taken in class. Classes are limited to 12 participants or less to ensure optimum learning.
What to bring

Participants should bring a 35mm (film or digital) SLR camera, plus a tripod.

Workshop fee: PhP 5,500 (USD 118)Includes materials, lunch and snacks. Plus roll of film, developing and printing.

Register online at PCCI or email:


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