Finally master your camera, even if you’ve been struggling with it for years.

Food Photography

Workshop with

Food & Prop Styling 1

Join us virtually for a two day intensive workshop that was professionally filmed and edited. We will walk you through everything you need to know to get started with your food photography.

25 Year Food Photography Professional Christina Peters, with clients such as: Coffee Bean & Tea Leaf, Bath & Body Works, Brookside Chocolates, Bumble Bee Tuna, Campbell’s Soups, Cici’s Pizza, Kraft, Libby’s, Marriott Hotels, Nestle, Pinkberry Frozen Yogurt, Taco Bell, McDonald’s, Burger King, Dominos Pizza, Whole Foods Market, Walmart, Weight Watchers, presents a new workshop…

Get A Jump Start On Your Food Photography!

The Workshop

This workshop intensive will finally get you comfortable with your camera and using natural light for your food photos. The technical instruction is made easy to understand. Not only will you get to learn how to use your camera but you’ll learn several food and prop styling techniques, tips and tricks to make your food look fabulous.

We will talk about the best ways to use natural light to bring out the best in your food. There are three natural light demos showing you how to set up your shots for back light, side light and how to do an overhead set. There will be several food and prop styling demos as well.

This workshop was filmed with a professional video crew. We spared no expense. There is a multi camera set up so that you can see everything going on, including close ups of what the instructors are working on. Each instructor has their own microphone so you can hear everything as if you are right there.

Who It’s For

FOOD BLOGGERS – usually half of our workshop students are 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 to blog.

CULINARY PROFESSIONALS – Whether you are trying to grab images in the kitchen, or get a beauty shot of your dish, photographing your food is extremely important to show what you can do.

FOOD COMPANIES – Christina has taught several food companies how to take pictures of their food.

COMPLETE BEGINNERS and HOBBYISTS – Are you just starting out? This workshop is perfect for you. It will save you time by teaching you exactly what you need to learn so that you can get control of your camera, use natural light, and prepare your food beautifully. We’ve actually had several photographers do the beginner workshop who have experience with other photography disciplines and learn a ton about food photography.

Get All Your Questions Answered

What You Will Learn:

  • Food Styling Foundations
  • Styling Soups
  • Styling Sandwiches
  • Styling Pastas
  • Styling Desserts
  • Prop Styling Foundations
  • Discussion about Cameras, Lenses, and Tripods
  • Essential Camera Settings Explained
  • What is white balance & How to use it
  • 3 Easy Natural Light Setups
  • How To Modify Natural Light
  • Composition and Camera Angles
  • Intro To Editing In Lightroom and shooting tethered

The image to the left is from the back light demo that you will see in the workshop. Christina talks about the lighting and walks through how to do a shot like this on your own.

You will have lifetime access to the digital version of this workshop and you will have access to the free, private, Facebook group for this program for one year. You will always have questions along the way and that is what the Facebook group is for.

Your Instructors

Christina Peters – Food Photographer

Christina first picked up a camera when she was 8 years old. After her 2nd photography degree, she settled in Los Angeles and has had a successful food photography career for 25 years. She has a wide range of clients from magazines, ad agencies, design firms, restaurants, food manufacturers, the list goes on. Christina has also been teaching food photography workshops since 2011.

Alise Arato – Food Stylist

Alise Arato is a Los Angeles based Food Stylist with 20 years of experience in Editorial + Advertising, Print + Motion projects. Her clients include major brands, corporations as well as editorial & boutique businesses. Alise’s extensive background in art & design + cooking informs a clean, balanced & graphic aesthetic. Always looking to stay current she is continually experimenting & researching new ways to reimagine food culture today.

Amy Paliwoda – Prop Stylist

Amy is a prop stylist and art director based in Los Angeles, specializing in tabletop, food and cosmetics clients, and have been working in the industry for twenty years. Amy’s work is fresh, clean, and witty, with the aim of inspiring the viewer in a stylishly approachable way. Amy loves to collaborate with a team, playing with visual puzzles of composition, and creating a narrative that tells a story. Amy is also the co-owner of The Surface Library, a prop house located in Hollywood, CA offering tabletop surfaces and set dressing for food, product, and lifestyle shoots.

Your instructors have clients such as: Coffee Bean & Tea Leaf, Bath & Body Works, Brookside Chocolates, Bumble Bee Tuna, Campbell’s Soups, Cici’s Pizza, Kraft, Libby’s, Marriott Hotels, Nestle, Pinkberry Frozen Yogurt, Taco Bell, McDonald’s, Burger King, Dominos Pizza, Whole Foods Market, Walmart, Weight Watchers, Anheuser Busch, Bon Appetit, Conde Nast, Dole, Epicurious, Food Network, Glamour Magazine, Anthropologie, Harlequin Publishing, Harper Collins Publishers, Hershey’s, JC Penny, Martha Stewart, Pizza Hut, Sunkist, Target, Vegetarian Times, Absolut, Carnation, The Cheesecake Factory, Chobani, Coca-Cola, Dreyer’s, Farmer John, Frito Lay, Herbalife, Hilton, Hostess, Jack In The Box, Kellog’s, King’s Hawaiian, Lawry’s, Purina, Red Robin, Rubio’s, Sizzler, Snapple, Starbucks, Tyson, and, Uncle Ben’s, just to name a few.

What You Get – Four Modules Plus Two Bonuses

MODULE 1 FOOD STYLING: There are five sections in this module covering all the basics of food styling along with four food styling demos.

MODULE 2 PROP STYLING: There are three sections in this module covering all the basics of prop styling broken down into three parts.

MODULE 3 FOOD PHOTOGRAPHY: There are seven sections in this module covering all the basics of food photography in an easy to understand way.

MODULE 4 BONUS LIGHTING DEMONSTRATIONS: There are two sections in this module. Christina, Alise and Amy show you three different natural light demonstrations from start to finish with loads of info along the way.

MODULE 5 BONUS BEGINNER EDITING IN LIGHTROOM: This workshop would not be complete without teaching you how to edit your images in Adobe Lightroom. This is the final step in creating beautiful food photos.

MODULE 6 NEXT STEPS: This module will talk about what your next steps are with your food photography, what to learn next, and how to get ongoing support.

There are no strangers here; only friends that haven’t met yet.

Start Your Food Photography Journey Now!

Digital Workshop 30 Day Month Money-Back Guarantee

We give you a full 30 days to check out the program. If you aren’t loving it, just email Christina for a full refund.

Testimonials From The Workshop

Frequently Asked Questions

How long do I have access to the digital workshop?

You will have lifetime access to the digital workshop. It will be housed on the Food Photography Club website.

What if I don't have a camera yet?

Perfect! If you don’t have a camera yet, Christina will let you know what are the most important settings to look for when picking out a camera for photographing food.

What if I hate my current camera or lens?

Perfect! If you hate your current camera or lens, Christina might show you some settings on your camera to make you love it again. If you really just want a new camera or lens, Christina will let you know what are the most important settings to look for when picking out a camera and/or lens for photographing food.

Many students have come to Christina’s workshops in the past thinking their camera was broken and it just turned out that one setting was set to something that made it very difficult to take pictures. The goal here is to teach you how to use what you have. Not to up-sell you into spending more money. Honestly there are awesome cameras that are $400. So, unless your camera is 15 years old, chances are, Christina can make your camera work for you.

What kind of support do I really have?

This is the first time Christina is offering this. For everyone who is buying either event, you will have your own, private Facebook group for one year. So if you have question along the way, Christina will support you. You won’t be left on your own as you go through the workshop.

I still have questions. How do I get them answered?

Just email Christina with any questions that you have [email protected]