• Price:Php16,000
  • Date:May 16–17, 2020
  • Time:8:00am–5:30pm
  • Slots:0 slots left

  • Location:Unit 108-110 G/F Ferros Bel-air Tower Condominium, corner of Felipe, Durban and Polaris Streets, Brgy. Poblacion Makati City

Join the Photokitchen team in a two-day intensive class on the Fundamentals of Food Photography, Prop Styling, and Basic Post-Processing.

Explore different ways of working with natural light and create professional looking food shots using affordable equipment. Design sets for food subjects using Photokitchen’s extensive prop library and learn how to post-process your food images for both personal and commercial outputs.

We’re only opening 16 slots for this class to give each student a very personal hands-on experience. Students will be immersed in different practical exercises where they’ll be able to shoot and prop style dishes in their respective work stations.

Upon confirmation of slots, classes are non-transferable and non-refundable.

Course Overview

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What You'll Get

  1. Knowledge and practical training to shoot food at a professional level.
  2. Live demos, exercises, and real-life commercial and editorial briefs to hone yourtechnical skills.
  3. A food photography portfolio to start a career in the craft.
  4. Live critique of photos taken during the class itself.
  5. A certificate of completion.
  6. Meals and snacks for the entire duration of the class.
  7. Access to exclusive food photography Lightroom presets made by the Photokitchen team.

What You'll Need

  1. Full knowledge of basic photography principles. You can complete Tablecrafter’s free Digital Photography Essentials online class here.
  2. A DSLR or mirrorless camera with manual and live view functions.
  3. A tripod during class.
  4. Laptop with Adobe Lightroom.

About The Instructor

Mylene has been in the food photography industry for the past 9 years. She was one of the first photographers in the Philippines who specialised in the food genre. She has worked with some of the biggest food companies in the country such as Coca-cola, Nestle, Maggi, Unilever, Shangri La Hotel, Marco Polo, Lady’s Choice, Quaker Oats, Magnolia, and Rustan’s Super Market among others. Today she has expanded Photokitchen to a full team of 8 people.

Mylene’s style of teaching is very hands-on as she believes that practice is key to learning— which was the same way she learned the craft back when she was only starting out in the industry. You can expect a lot of practical exercises and case studies in her class.


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