I’ve talked before about my lack of confidence in my food photography. I am a portrait photographer…shouldn’t inanimate objects be EASIER to photograph?? I have struggled with feeling good about my food photos and so I’ve been actively working on improving – I have been taking more pictures of food this year than anything else, so hopefully by this time next year, I’ll be able to confidently say that I am better.
In one week’s time, I will be attending Digital Family Summit in Baltimore. I had a blast last year and loved the family-focused atmosphere. I also happen to be good friends with many of the people involved in making the conference a success.
I am both excited and terrified to announce that next Saturday, I will be leading the Food blogging, styling and photography hands-on workshop at the Digital Family Summit, along side Robin Zachary, an amazingly talented (as in I drool over her pictures) stylist from New York. I spent over an hour Skyping with Robin today, and I feel like I have to potential to learn just as much from this experience as the people who participate in our workshop.
It is going to rock!
I just have to get over the anxiety and the stress of all that I need to do to get ready for our session. Wish me luck??
Of course, I will be sure to share information about our class and a few take-aways once I’m done (and can breathe again). Would YOU like to learn food photography? Until then…here’s a little food photography teaser. Roasted Tomato Salsa recipe is, of course, coming soon.
What have you been up to this week?
Note: I am not being paid to teach the workshop, but I am receiving complimentary passes for my family to attend the conference.
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