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 of them you already have at home, and the rest you can easily buy from 3-20 euro. More important is to understand how to do it, how to create a bright scene or how to manipulate light to create a moody image. 

In this guide, I show you the complete process of how I work with light to create my images.

To help you understand better the difference between creating bright and moody photo, I use the example of the same scene. At first, I explain you how and what I do to create a bright scene, and then I show you how I create the dark image of the same setup. 

Croissants - Food Photography challenge - Healthy Goodies by Lucia Marecak
Croissants - Food Photography challenge - Healthy Goodies by Lucia Marecak
Food Photography - Healthy Goodies by Lucia Marecak
 

What you will find inside: 

 

4 behind the scenes explanations - how I created bright  and dark moods, what tools I used to manipulate light

 

What home-made and cheap tools you can use to work with light - be creative with what you have and save your money

 

And I share with you my recomendations for books and links for further self-education about how to work with light in Food Photography


 

This is an example of one behind the scenes image, where I speak about the direction of light.

Mini Guide about Light in Food Photography - Healthy Goodies by Lucia Marecak
 

The guide is available inside of my VIP e-Library

and it's part of my free Food Photography Learning Journey Program. 

You will receive the guide after subscribing to the program.

Mini guide Light insights in Food Photography - Healthy Goodies by Lucia

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Food Photography, How to, Light


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