Food Photography: Defining Your Style

with
Andrew Scrivani
Work with Andrew Scrivani, New York Times Food Photographer, in a small group setting to craft your public-facing work to help express and solidify your style so you can take your photography hobby, career, or social media offerings to the next level.
This is a single-session event.
This event has
three
sessions.
Andrew Scrivani

Details

Wednesdays
Sep 8 - Sep 22
15
ticket
tickets
left
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Sep 8 - Sep 22
5pm PT / 8pm ET
90 min
Limited to
15
participants
$
300.00
$
300.00
for
both
all
three
sessions
1
.
Sep 8
2
.
Sep 15
3
.
Sep 22
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Description

One of the hardest things to do in photography is to define and refine a style while remaining objective about our own work. Getting feedback from people who have been there, that you trust or admire, or whose path you want to walk is often elusive. If you are trying to find your style, to identify what you do best, or to find an expert eye to offer feedback on your progress, then New York Times Food Photographer, Andrew Scrivani, is here to help. 

 

During the first two sessions of the workshop, Andrew will offer concrete best practices and advice on refining your style, editing your work, and crafting a portfolio that reflects the core of what you have to offer––showcasing what sets you apart. He will also cover preparing pitch decks and treatments. Throughout the workshop, you will have ample opportunities to raise your own specific questions and to get input from Andrew. 

 

At the third and final session, you will present a selection of work that reflects your efforts to apply what you have learned in prior workshop sessions. Your presentation can feature work via a website, social media feed, or pitch deck for a client. During this session, Andrew will provide live feedback and encourage group discussion and critique. 

 

The photography community has always strived to be inclusive, supportive, and constructive. This workshop will be an extension of those ideals and all that Andrew has promoted in his two decades as a teacher, coach, and instructor. He will deliver his comments to students with respect and expects that everyone involved follows his lead. While this workshop is best suited for those interested in food photography, photographers of all types and all experience levels are welcome.


What to expect

Food Photography: Defining Your Style

with

Andrew Scrivani

Wednesdays, Sep 8 - Sep 22, 5pm-6:30pm PT / 8pm-9:30pm ET
$
300.00
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Description

One of the hardest things to do in photography is to define and refine a style while remaining objective about our own work. Getting feedback from people who have been there, that you trust or admire, or whose path you want to walk is often elusive. If you are trying to find your style, to identify what you do best, or to find an expert eye to offer feedback on your progress, then New York Times Food Photographer, Andrew Scrivani, is here to help. 

 

During the first two sessions of the workshop, Andrew will offer concrete best practices and advice on refining your style, editing your work, and crafting a portfolio that reflects the core of what you have to offer––showcasing what sets you apart. He will also cover preparing pitch decks and treatments. Throughout the workshop, you will have ample opportunities to raise your own specific questions and to get input from Andrew. 

 

At the third and final session, you will present a selection of work that reflects your efforts to apply what you have learned in prior workshop sessions. Your presentation can feature work via a website, social media feed, or pitch deck for a client. During this session, Andrew will provide live feedback and encourage group discussion and critique. 

 

The photography community has always strived to be inclusive, supportive, and constructive. This workshop will be an extension of those ideals and all that Andrew has promoted in his two decades as a teacher, coach, and instructor. He will deliver his comments to students with respect and expects that everyone involved follows his lead. While this workshop is best suited for those interested in food photography, photographers of all types and all experience levels are welcome.


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