Mar 27, 2010-
Mar 28, 2010
10:00AM - 01:00PM
Food Photography Class
Learn about food photography
Event Description

What's new at Alan Bartl Photo this year? This March I am thrilled to be teaching a class at VIVA- The Culinary Institute of Florence,  in Sebastopol. Please see the text and link below.
This is going to be a fun 2 day  food event, students will learn, lighting, how to photograph food and eat incredibly delicious meals prepared by the  chefs at Viva.

Saturday, March 27th and Sunday March 28th
10 to 1 each day
Instructor/Photographer: Alan Bartl
$250 for both days including lunch each day

All digital work flow with Food Photographer Alan Bartl.
Bring your camera & tripod have fun, photograph food and eat together.

In this 2 day class we will learn about:
* techniques for successfully imaging food, lots of tips on making food look good on camera
* white balancing, what it is and how to white balance
* how to best use the camera in manual mode
* great composition for food photos
* types of lights and their effects on imaging, such as strobes, hot lights, flourescents and natural light & how to mix types
* how to set up lights & propping a set
* how to correctly color balance & color balance theory

We will have several different food sets which we’ll photograph as practice.
Last we will review our images, talk about techniques and have a light lunch with a glass of Italian wine.
Alan Bartl
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VIVA-Culinary Institute of Florence/Italian Cultural Center
7160 Keating Avenue
Sebastopol, CA 95472
Phone 707.824.9913

To Register

Fee: $250.00

Contact Information
Name: Heather Cruciano     Email:
Phone: 707-824-9913




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