Does anyone know of a food photography class in NY that's not too expensive?
ICE has some recreation workshops focused on food styling/photography -- I took this one last year with James Peterson and Jamie Tiampo (unfortunately looks sold out for the upcoming session, but check back for another class, or maybe try reaching out to Jim or Jamie about other opportunities): http://rec.iceculinary...
Sweet Paul of Sweet Paul Magazine offers workshops in NYC:
it's a bit expensive, though....
Creative Live offers amazing photography classes, that are free if you view them live:
I took this one with Penny De Los Santos, and definitely think it's worth $149 to download it:
Thanks for the suggestions! I'll look into those!
I will be teaching a workshop this October: http://www.lizandjewels...
There are still a few spots left at the "Food Styling & Photography Workshop" on Oct 21 in Manhattan! Hurry to sign up!
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I'm an ex-Manhattanite, now in the burbs nearby. This has become such a popular topic that nearly every Adult School in a radius of 200 miles offers it. Sometimes the instructors are bona fide food or advertising photography professionals, sometimes not - just professional photographers with a hang for teaching food. You might want to check Continuing Ed classes at NYU, New School, CUNY. (Paging the Food52 biz dev department: branding/growth opportunity for Food52-sponsored classes, as you no doubt know!)
There is one in March in Manhattan: http://www.lizandjewels...
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