Thanks for stopping by the blog. I first started this blog in 2010 as a way to answer all the questions I was getting from food bloggers and aspiring food photographers trying to figure out how to do food photography.
As I was answering questions, I started realizing that there were more topics I should blog about to help folks out who were struggling with their cameras, lenses, lighting, editing, and of course, there is the business of food photography as well. Then my readers wanted workshops, so now we have those as well.
I was traditionally trained having two photography degrees. I started taking pictures when I was 8 years old with my father’s camera. My second degree took me to Art Center College of design in California where I graduated with honors in 1993. From there I assisted every photographer I could for two years. Then I landed my first regular food photography account and haven’t looked back since.
I’ve taken pictures for major food brands, magazines, cookbook publishers, ad agencies, design firms, restaurants and food companies. To see more of my work you can check out my commercial photography site – christinapeters.com.
I blog about all sorts of topics related to food photography and the business of being a professional food photographer. Here are the topics – just click each one to see them all.