Introducing Pro Phone Shots Course

How To Get Professional Looking Food Images With Your Phone

Hurry, Class Started January 4th!

I'm super excited to bring you the Beta version of my newest course – Pro Phone Shots.

Pro Phone Shots will show you step by step how to create professional looking food photos with your phone.

All six modules are now complete. I am currently working on all your bonus content. See below for more details.

Future Price $197
Beta Price: Get it now for $97 – that's 50% off!
Plus you'll get some fun bonuses too! 

Christina has been taking pictures with her camera phone since her first Blackberry! Remember those? Yes, that was years before the first iPhone ever came out! Phones these days are pretty awesome and make it very easy to get a professional looking image with just few clicks.

Finally Get Great Food Images With Your Phone!

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What We Will Cover:

  • How to stage and style your food so it looks great
  • Understand composition for an appealing image
  • Gain confidence with your lighting so your food looks fabulous
  • Discover some great, inexpensive accessories to radically improve your photos instantly
  • Master your camera app to get the image you want
  • Easy editing to make your images look professional
  • Plus a lot more!


Take Images With Your Phone You Are Proud Of!

The Course

This is the Beta version of the course. That means not all the content has been created yet. Instead you and I will work together to create a course that is exactly what you want!

You can have any phone for this course. I will cover iPhone shooting and Android shooting.

I have the course outlined (see below) and have started working on the content, however I would LOVE your feedback along the way.

Each week starting January 4th you will get a new module. We will use the Food Photography Club Facebook group to chat, get your questions answered, and for you to get image feedback from me.

By the end of this course you will confidently know how to use your camera to get a great food image.

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Who It's For

FOOD BLOGGERS – if you have a food blog and you are using your phone, this is the perfect course for you. There are a lot of bloggers that use their phones for their blogs so let's take your photos up a notch so you can stand out from the crowd.

BEGINNER PHOTOGRAPHERS– Most photographers start out by using their phones first before upgrading to a DSLR camera system these days. Learning on your phone is the perfect way to start understanding more about photography in general to prepare you for a DSLR system down the road.

HOBBYISTS – This course is perfect for hobbyists because you will gain an understanding about the principals of food photography without the expense of buying a big camera.

TRANSITIONING PHOTOGRAPHER – Maybe you've been using your phone for a little while with the goal of upgrading to a DSLR but you're still not happy with your phone photography. This course will help you transition from your phone to a bigger system if you want to. You'll be learning the language of photography and gaining valuable knowledge to help you get your next camera.

THIS COURSE IS NOT FOR – If you are looking for a course that covers all the details about DSLR cameras or Mirrorless systems, this is not that course. You would need my Food Photography Club program that fully covers this in detail. 

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Your Instructor

Christina Peters – Food Photographer

I first picked up a camera when I was 8 years old. After my 2nd photography degree, I settled in Los Angeles and have had a successful food photography career for more than 25 years.

The digital era radically effected our way of communicating in an amazing way. I had one of the first smartphones, a Blackberry. I got it in 1999. This was 8 years before the iPhone came out and it didn't take very good pictures at all. However it was incredible to have the ability to take a snap shot on my phone in seconds. We all could easily see how mobile photography was going to be huge.

I've been teaching others how to improve their food photography for over 10 years now. My students have been asking me for this course for years and now, more than ever before is the perfect time for it. Please join me – class starts January 4th.

Christina has clients such as: Arby's, Baja Fresh, Coffee Bean & Tea Leaf, Bath & Body Works, Brookside Chocolates, Bumble Bee Tuna, Campbell's Soups, Chipotle, Cici's Pizza, Country Crock, Kraft, Libby's, Marriott Hotels, Nestle, Pinkberry Frozen Yogurt, Taco Bell, McDonald's, Burger King, Dominos Pizza, Whole Foods Market, Walmart, Weight Watchers, Herbalife, Jack In The Box, King's Hawaiian, Rubio's, Pedigree Petfood, Tyson, Harper Collins Publishers, UPS, Wrigley's, just to name a few.

What You Get – Six Modules


It doesn't matter what type of camera you are using for this one – we will cover some foundations that every food photographer must know, like plating and  styling to start with.


There are some really great and inexpensive accessories we can get for our phones that will rapidly improve your photography. I show you my favorites and how to use them.

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Now, we're going to get into the nitty gritty of your phone. You can change various settings in your camera app so it's crucial you learn what those are to help improve your photos.

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We have 3 categories of apps to talk about here in detail. My two favorite camera shooting apps, my favorite editing apps and how to use them. Then we will discuss image management apps.

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We will talk about natural light and artificial lights in this module with equipment suggestions for the artificial lights.

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We can't discuss food photography without talking about composition so I'll make it very easy for you in this module.

Plus You Get These Five Bonuses!

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SHOOTING DEMOS: I will show you several “behind the scenes” of images I am taking with my phone so you can see my process.

EASY IMAGE EDITING: Once you take your photo, chances are you might need a little editing to make it perfect so I'll show you a super easy way to do that.

RESTAURANT PHOTOGRAPHY: I will talk about shooting at restaurants where most times you can't control the lighting and how to work around that.

TRANSITIONING FROM PHONE TO DSLR: For those of you that are ready for the next step, I'll teach you how to buy your first camera and what to look for in a DSLR system.

USING PHONE FOR VIDEO: Our phones aren't just great cameras, they also take excellent video as well! I'll share my tips and tricks about video with you and talk about additional equipment you will need as well (microphones, stabilizers, etc). 

Sign Up Now So You Don't Miss Out!

Food + Phone = Awesome Food Photos!

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Frequently Asked Questions

When Does The Course Start?

We started the week of January 4th, 2021 but we in the middle of it now so there is still time for you to catch up.

What Phones Will You Be Covering?

There are 100's of phone now so this course will cover iPhones and Android phones in a manor that will enable you to take what I'm teaching you and apply it to your phone. 

How long do I have access to the course?
You will have access for the lifetime of the course – which will be at least 3 years from the time that you enroll. As long as I am runing the Food Photography Club website, you'll have access to this course.
How long with this course take?

This is the beta version of the course. Right now I have planned for 6 modules plus several bonuses. Each week you will get a new module so that will take us 6 weeks for the core content. I will be releasing the bonuses as they become ready.

What if I'm just starting out?

If you are just starting out, this is the perfect time for this course because I will be teaching you all the basics of food photography for you phone.

What support will I get during the course?

You can ask me questions in the Food Photography Club Facebook group.

I still have questions. How do I get them answered?
Just email Christina with any questions that you have cp@foodphotographyclub.com

I'm Here For You!

Have you ever bought a course, a program, a system, or whatever, and the dude or gal running it completely dissapears after they sell it to you? Yeah, me too, like a lot.

It infuriates me. With many programs, you just can't get your questions answered or if you join their Facebook group, you can get your questions answered by the people the guru hired to manage their facebook group. That's not what I paid for.

I'm not going to do that to you. As this is the Beta version for this course, you and I will be working on this together. I am going to make this course just what you need to get awesome food photos with your camera.

So sign up today for the Beta price and see you January 4th!