Day One: The Planning Process
Day Two: Shooting Food Staging Stations
In this part of the workshop attendees will bring their concepts to life with three different food staging stations. There will be props, fabrics, dishes, utensils, containers and of course food available for you to use and stage the perfect setting for your food photography images.
You’ll have time to work on your images using Lightroom, PhotoShop or similar software. The flash drive will be used to save images you wish to share with the classroom to be projected from the instructor’s computer.
A native of Sacramento, Farrell is a commercial photographer specializing in the art of food, agriculture and architecture. Recognized for the natural light quality of her images and designer eye when it comes to composition, Farrell’s ability to help clients achieve their own creative visions has made her a sought after commercial photographer & art director. Armed with over 25 years of marketing and design experience, Farrell combines innovative technology along with her artistic perspective and traditional photography methods.
Farrell holds degrees in theatre and photography and is a regular workshop instructor at the Crocker Art Museum, Blue Line Arts and Musictown Studio. See more of Farrell’s luscious photographs at https://www.farrellscott.com/