Introduction to Commercial Food Photography

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Learn to photograph different gastronomic projects and create mouth-watering images using perspective and lighting

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Mexican-born photographer Karla Acosta is a foodie at heart. These are three characteristics that define her behind the lens, helping her to create mouth-watering images and exquisite narratives. Throughout her career, she’s collaborated with names like Nestlé, Herdez, Samsung, and Vans to create unmistakable pieces seasoned with her personal brand.

In this online course, discover commercial food photography alongside Karla, who teaches you the techniques to capture irresistible culinary scenes. Prepare to make eyes pop and stomachs rumble!

Meet your teacher for the course, Karla Acosta. She talks about her roots and how she ended up becoming a professional food photographer. She also shares the references that have most influenced her visual identity.

It’s time to get started on your project! Collect reference materials and put together a mood board to help you design your set. Next, learn all about the different types of food photography, workflows, and the team of people essential for producing a commercial piece.

Karla then gives you some practical tips for working effectively as an art director. Discover what you need for the shoot, as well as various techniques and the foundations for composing stunning pieces that tell your story.

Now turn your focus to the most important raw material in photography—light. Explore the tools, both manual and digital, used to shape the scene and practice making the most of whatever light you’re using in your creations.

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