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Hello foodies! I’m Emily Quinton. I teach people to take beautiful photographs.
Increasingly, to communicate well online we're using images, and many of us now carry a camera around in our pockets every day – our phones!
But do you know how to really use a phone or a camera to create images of food that work well online?
I've teamed up with award-winning food photographer Catherine Frawley to offer a series of online courses for people who want to improve their food photography.
Join us and get inspired to improve your food photography.
This course focuses on some more advanced aspects of food photography and answers many of the questions we get asked regularly about how to take beautiful photos of food.
We’re featuring soup (hot food), the roast dinner whole table scene, dark and moody candle lit scenes, and lots of fun and challenging exercises for you.
And we are tackling overhead as well as front on images this time.
Expect a mix of how-to videos, written lessons, inspiring challenges, feedback, Q&A sessions and much more.
If you've enjoyed your Makelight experience, do please get in touch and we'll feature a testimonial on our website.
Here's Carly's progress since attending our Food Photography class last year.
The course will be taught through video lessons and written lessons, which you can take at any time of the day to suit you. There is no real-time requirement.
You can take this course whatever timezone you are in and because of the social nature of the course I am sure you will even gain some new followers and friends from meeting your fellow students in the private Facebook group that supports the course!
Any questions about the course, email email@example.com and one of the Makelight team will help you.