June 17, 2020

I am so excited to introduce to you my monthly Food Photography Challenges. They are free for everyone and are designed to help you learn very specific skills in food photography. These challenges are part of my Free Food Photography Learning Journey program, which offers a complete learning experience to achieve your food photography goals.

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June 7, 2020

Would you like to know how to work with light to create beautiful bright, or dark and moody images?  Join my free program and get my free guide about How to work with light in Food Photography.  You would be surprised how easy is to build a scene using just a couple of simple tools. Most

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September 25, 2020

This week, in my newsletters, we talk about How to grow your Instagram in 2020. I prepared for you a comprehensive guide, sharing ideas and things I did to grow my Instagram account from 800 to 8000 in 6 months. The guide is divided into 5 areas: Your Name+Bio, Audience, Engagement, Posting, Hashtags; in which

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September 24, 2020

This is our last newsletter for the “straight on” challenge, where I talk about 90° camera angle or flat lay in food photography. This angle has become very popular in the last period. – it’s the best angle to practice your skills in compositions, but it’s also the most challenging one for this reason;– it’s

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September 23, 2020

New food photography challenge “Negative Space” is now opened. Join us and learn how to incorporate the negative space in your images.

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August 17, 2020

Every month, I host an Instagram Food Photography Challenge for creatives from all around the world. These challenges are part of my Food Photography Learning Journey Program. The program is designed to help food photographers learn something new each month and take their food photography skills to the next level. During the previous challenges, we

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July 15, 2020

Every month, I host an Instagram Food Photography Challenge for creatives from all around the world. These challenges are designed to help them learn something new each time. In the past months, we learned how to work with Hard light, how to manipulate light to create two different moods or how to use the Rule

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