This is for all you foodies, food photographers and food bloggers a chance to meet, learn and have fun. Food photographer of the year, Jade Sarkhel, award winning blogger Rosana McPhee, award-winning food & luxury travel blogger and photographer Jeanne Horak aka CookSister and the talented @MyLegoMan will lead our panel discussion and workshop at Market Halls Fulham airy studio.
Our panellists will share their stories and expertise before a hands-on masterclass by award-winning food & travel writer, Jeanne Horak, incorporating practical food photography, lighting, styling and tips on shooting in low light with an SLR, digital camera or mobile phone.
Feel inspired and learn new skills for your website or blog, or just for fun!
Remember to bring your own camera or mobile phone.
Food is included for photographing and eating! Men are welcome to book tickets too. Book your spot here.
Proceeds from this event will go to Young Women’s Trust
Young Women’s Trust supports and represents women aged 16-30 struggling to live on low or no pay in England and Wales and who are at risk of being trapped in poverty. Visit their website for more
For more details and how to book your tickets for Women in Food Photography visit this link. Plus details of all events, 2nd March to 10th March 2019 from Women In the Food Industry, a pioneering new initiative championing and discussing the issues facing women in the food industry can be found here https://www.womeninthefoodindustry.com/events .
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