Learning is more fun as a group, you can make new photography and foodie friends and be creative together.
Are you a fellow food blogger or thinking of self-publishing your own cookbook? Advance your food photography skills to the next level by taking advantage of this once-in-a-lifetime opportunity. Learn from two of the best in the industry, a top food photographer and a food stylist with over forty years’ experience in the food industry.
Carl Kravats is a supremely skilled photographer and a gregarious, fun, knowledgeable, and jovial host, while Cindy Epstein describes food photography as the art of eating with our eyes. Wow, I wish I could attend this tour and workshop myself, it sounds very interesting and a lot of fun:
Food photographer Carl Kravats and Cindy Epstein, Food stylist, will be hosting a number of Food Photography Workshops in Temecula California, where participants will be guests at the intimate “Inn at Europa Village” in the heart of wine country. Temecula is located about an hour north of San Diego, and is the home of more than 40 wineries, and numerous microbreweries. Old Town Temecula offers tasting rooms, “foodie” venues, boutique shops, seasonal festivals and vibrant nightlife.
“Where the Epicurean Spirit meets the Art of Food Photography”
This tour will consist of wine tastings at award winning wineries, a delightful and educational “Wine Aroma Table” experience, Microbrew dinner with craft beer “Flights”, a Hot Air Balloon ride floating over the breathtaking vineyards of Temecula, touching down to a “Farm to Table” champagne breakfast. There will be a private tequila pairing Mexican dinner, a New Orleans themed dinner extravaganza and a trip to San Diego, finishing up the week with a Sunset Dinner Cruise on San Diego Bay.
There will be 2 workshops at Carl’s Home studio and 2 on location where participants will hone their existing creative skills at the art of food photography. All will learn tips and tricks of the trade in the studio with studio lights and under natural lighting conditions. At the studio, Carl and Cindy will give hands on pointers on lighting, composition, propping and styling. For more information about Carl and Cindy and a detailed look at this wonderful culinary adventure, please go to www.Foodphotographytour.com
Is This Food Photography Trip For You?
If you love food photography, are an aspiring food photographer or food stylist, a wine enthusiast, a cookbook author, a foodie or a food blogger, then you will love this food photography workshop trip. Food photography skills are not necessary, just a working knowledge of your camera is required. This trip is suitable for photographers of all levels.
What Photography Equipment To Bring?
Your DSLR, cards, charger for your batteries, extra battery, a couple of lenses, either a 50mm, 85MM, a macro lens, maybe a 24mm to 70mm zoom lens, any of those would be fine, a tripod, if you have one with a horizontal center column that would be best.
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