LIGHT CLUB ROUND ONEYour key to taking pro food photos today
Light Club Round One is the quick-start you need to take pro level food photos for your blog or business, so that it thrives.
If you don’t have the time to work your way through hundreds of videos, weeks of training or learning all the tech of your camera but you DO need to be able to take bright, well-composed photos of your food with your DSLR camera, you’re in the right place.
How Light Club Round One works
Light Club Round One is a short, online course showing you how to style and layout three set-ups: two plates and one of drinks. It shows you how to use the natural light in your home or kitchen from windows or doors and gives you the exact camera settings to use. It even has a trouble-shooting workbook so that if things don’t run to plan, you can figure out how to fix them in a jiffy.
The food bloggers, nutritionists and dieticians I have worked with all just want to get taking good food photos extremely quickly and were frustrated by their cameras and all the tech. This course was built in response to their – and your – need to be taking pro level food photos today without fighting your camera. Chances are, you’re busy with all the other parts of your blog or business and don’t need to learn everything about photography, just enough to do what you want to do. This is that course!
The lessons themselves take less than an hour and the props suggested are most likely those you already have in your kitchen.
So get started with Light Club Round One today and be taking photos to grow your blog or business in a few hours.
WHAT EXACTLY ARE THE TEMPLATES? HOW DO I GET THEM?
The three templates are contained in a 10-page PDF which you can print out so that you can have it by your side to guide you through planning and shooting your next food photographs. The PDF is sold through the Living Abstracts Etsy shop and you receive it by clicking on the instant download. Etsy accepts PayPal and credit cards.
WHO ARE THESE TEMPLATES DESIGNED FOR?
The Food Photography Quickstart Templates are designed for food bloggers or food instagrammers who are starting out on food photography and frustrated by their results but not wanting to spend days and weeks learning all the aspects of styling, lighting and their camera.
The templates are a shortcut to great food photos because they tell you exactly how to shoot three different scenarios so that you don’t have to plan layouts, figure out your camera settings or how to get the best light – all of that planning and thinking is done for you.
IS THERE ANYONE THIS IS NOT FOR?
These food photography templates are designed for DSLR users photographing their food using natural light from a door or window. If you’re using an iPhone or other camera phone, you will benefit from the styling and lighting diagrams in the templates but not the camera settings.
These templates are not designed to cover anyone shooting with artificial lighting.
From feedback from food bloggers, it was clear that a huge number wanted to be able to shoot recipes and ingredients for their blog without having to spend days or weeks learning photography, lighting and styling – all the aspects that go into a great food photo.
These templates are a way of food bloggers being able to take great food photos for their blog, Instagram, Pinterest, Facebook and other social media platforms with minimal learning.
I estimate it would take less than an hour to read the introduction, set yourself up with one template scenario (the templates are designed to use simple props you may well already have at home) and shoot it.
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