New Resource! The Professional’s Guide to Food Photography

New Resource! The Professional’s Guide to Food Photography

From foodies to top chefs, the culinary culture is a trend that’s here to stay. And, riding on its tails has been a massive opportunity for professional photographers. Unlike ever before, magazines, restaurants, bars, bloggers, artisanal producers, and recipe sites are craving top notch food imagery from skilled creatives.

Grapefruit Salad copy for blog

Photo by Alex Lau

That’s why it’s time to set yourself apart from the snap-happy diners once and for all. In The Professional’s Guide to Food Photography, a partnership with the International Association of Culinary Professionals, you’ll learn how to hone your talent and find new business opportunities in all things gastronomic.


Inside, get in-depth interviews from established food photographers succeeding in their endeavors, including their tips to:

  • Break into the industry and attract the clients you want
  • Lock in editorial clients
  • Think outside the box for creative food projects
  • Shoot in-house for a publication like Bon Appétit
Chef Paul Liebrandt John Dory for blog

Photo by Evan Sung

Also learn tips for shooting great food photos, the benefits of entering contests, plus how to build a portfolio to showcase your unique style and appeal to an audience.

Florence Fabricant, Bourbon Cocktails, Bufala Negra, Norester & Bourbon Brule NYTCREDIT: Andrew Scrivani for The New York Times

Photo by Andrew Scrivani for The New York Times

Download the guide today!

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