Food Photography Ebook 2nd Edition
If you want to take pictures of food, but your overwhelmed at how to begin, this is the ebook for you.
Hi, I’m Christina Peters!
I’ve been a professional food photographer for more than 25 years. I also have had the pleasure to teach 1000’s of people every day, in more than 60 countries how to get better food photos with my blog.
This ebook addresses so many of the pressing questions I’ve been asked for the last 10 years. I KNOW what you are struggling with and I can help.
On the left: That’s right, I’m painting the steak! I’m painting it with oil to make it look tender and juicy. No one wants to see a dry looking piece of beef!
This ebook will help you figure out how to buy a camera, what lenses are best for food photos, other important equipment, what f-stop, shutter speed and ISO do, and so much more.
a complete ebook!
I waited eagerly and with anticipation for Christina's new Food Photography Tips and Tricks: The Ultimate Guide 2nd Edition Ebook to arrive in my in box! After reading it the day it arrived, it did not disappoint. I learned new information on equipment and new behind the scenes tricks that can be used for food photography. I am looking forward to re-reading the book with my camera and tripod in hand to put to use the things I learned from the book.
Finished reading the e-Book and am writing to let you know I found this is an excellent piece of work and well worth the current purchase price. I particularly liked the way it is totally focused on food photography which sounds a bit obvious, but some other courses/e-books on the same subject matter go into topics like shutter speed in great (and extraneous) detail. I also liked the sections where you explain your workflow. I put a couple of these ideas into practice at the weekend.
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Thanks so much for putting together such a complete e-book! It is really helpful and I am loving it!!
I think your book is very well written and goes into great detail. As a photographer that knows her camera well, I found the first part didn’t reveal anything to me that I didn’t already know. That being said, if this was a beginner who wanted to make food a learning path, that section was very well written and explained in everyday vernacular. I loved all your information about the tools that help achieve the magazine quality look. The expanded information on backgrounds, props, and surfaces was very well done, as were some of the things to look for with respect to props and reflection issues. The lighting diagrams were very helpful and the pointers about the angle and direction of the camera were excellent. I have read through it all and will refer to it often as there is a lot of information to absorb. Will have a copy of this on both my laptops so that I can refer to it when I am traveling or at home. Thank you . .. a well written and very detailed helpful e-book. High marks from me.
I am so happy that I found your site and that I bought your book! I just started my food blog about 6 weeks ago and I have tried to apply what I have learned already. For example, I did not even know that I could set a time delay for my iPhone pics. You explain things very clearly and I really appreciate that you consider people like me who are still using iPhones! [I am actually using an old iPad and a makeshift "tripod".] Soon I want to buy a real camera, tripod, softboxes etc, and your information about how they work and what to look for when purchasing equipment is going to be very helpful for me. I am a complete novice on that front. My paying job is as an instructional designer for an elearning company - which means I help people create online training, so my critique is coming from someone who creates instructions and training material for a living. So, thank you, thank you, thank you!
I loved the ebook. Pedagogically speaking, as I'm a teacher myself, you're fantastic with details, step by step..and we know food photography and photography itself is very complex. I'm still reading, going back/forward......just to figure out little things, and where I can improve and why those settings are more convenient than others. Anyway, please, keep up the fantastic work, sharing your knowledge.
This ebook is for you
- Food Bloggers: If you have a food blog, you must have great food photography. If you start taking great images of your food, you could start doing sponsored posts and getting paid for doing your recipes.
- Culinary Professionals: If you are a chef, food stylist, restaurateur, culinary instructor or culinary student, this ebook will be a perfect place for you to start to learn about food photography.
- Amateur Photographers or Hobbyists: If you are just starting out in photography and are interested in photographing food, this could help you get a great start.
- Food Companies: It very common these days for food companies big and small to have many of their employees photograph the food product that the company they work for makes. Christina’s taught several food companies how to take pictures of their food.
100% Risk Free – Money Back Guarantee
I know, I know, another ebook! Like you need another one of those. Well, you are not going to become a great food photographer from just one ebook, or two ebooks, one workshop or four workshops. Learning a technical skill takes time. This book will not make you an instant, awesome food photographer. You have to practice and study, and be willing to continue to learn.
If you aren’t happy with the book for any reason, simply ask for your money back. After you buy the book, you’ll have 15 days for a full refund. No questions asked. Easy!