One to one photography workshops
Food Photography Workshop
Designed for bloggers, reviewers, chefs, restaurateurs and foodies. In fact, anyone who is passionate about food and want to learn how to make better food photography.
This is a hands-on food photography workshop ran over lunch at Silo in Brighton. This workshop lasts about 4 hours and we cover the basics of food photography.
Food is provided and other equipment is available for you to use (except for the camera).
A basic understanding of photography and manual modes is required to attend this workshop.
£160 Thu-Sat 11:30 - 3:30 Ask for availability HERE
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The Basics of Photography Workshop
Ideal for anyone with a camera who wants to take their photography the next level,
This is a 3 hour long workshop where we cover the basics of photography theory and then we take it to the streets to put that theory into practice.
All the basics of photography are covered so you can start practicing on your own or wish to take a more advanced workshop like the food photography workshop.
£120 Mon-Sat daytime. Ask for availability HERE
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Mobile Phone Food Photography Workshop
Learn to make better pictures with your phone to share on all your social media channels.
This workshop covers the basics of creative photography like composition and exposure plus a few tricks for mobile food photography
The workshop runs for 3 hours and food and drinks are included.
£140 Thur-Sat 11:30-2:30 Ask for availability HERE
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"Just wanted to say thank you so so much for the session. Xavi is an encouraging, positive and kind teacher who made my next photography goal feel achievable rather than overwhelming.I picked up some really great tips and it’s encouraged me to think a bit broader about my photography and what I want to achieve. I would highly recommend him as a photography teacher!" Kate Mason Marketing Manager at Food For Friends
"The day was great, I learned so much and also got to sample some of Silo's amazing food!
All aspects of food photography were covered, including how to get to grips with the basics of Photoshop. A day well spent and Xavier was so helpful and friendly, I would recommend it to anyone who wanted to get started in food photography." Laura McMillan, Food Blogger