Food Photography 101
Ever wonder how food looks so amazing in cookbooks and magazines?
Did you know blanching green veggies first makes them pop in a photograph?
Or that the secret to making meat look juicy and delectable is to brush on a little canola oil right before snapping a picture?
These are just a few of the food photography secrets participants learned in last night’s Food Photography 101 class in the Learning Center.
Under the guidance of chef/photographer Zach Minot, participants reviewed basic photography principles such as exposure and white balancing, learned tips for the best way to prep food for photography, and took a stab at capturing some of their own images.
If you participated in the class, we’re eager to see your pictures! Post them to our fan photos on our Facebook page .
For a full list of upcoming classes click here!