Food Photography online - Week 2

As artists, creatives and photographers it's so amazing to be technically liberated so that we can actualize our visions freely.

Food Photography Nectarine carpaccio
Nectarine carpaccio

While week one was all about the camera settings and the basics, week two was much more food and photography. I really do recommend this course to anyone who has a passion for food and would like to improve their photography skills. 

Here are some of the exercises that we did this second and last week of the course.

Camera angles exercise

Food Photography
Food Photography
Food Photography Oatly påmackan
Food Photography

Capturing steam

Food Photography

This course really helped me feel more confident. I feel so much better equipped to bring my visions to life. The support from the teacher I had online has been beyond amazing!

Cacao Mint Cremes

Food Photography
Food Photography
Food Photography

Mushroom Paté

Food Photography
Food Photography

Camera angles

Food Photography
Food Photography

Composition, framing

Food Photography

Spinach, Flowers & Yellow Beets

Food Photography

Cauliflower & Balsamic Vinegar

Food Photography

Light diffusion & contrasts

Food Photography
Food Photography

Final Project

Food Photography Macacos super fruit
Food Photography sunrise cup
Food Photography

For more information about this online food photography course visit Matthew Kenney

Is a raw chef and recipe developer at Happy Health blog. She work as a raw food pastry chef, recipe developer, food stylist, photographer and personal chef.