Almost like a 42- DAYS #foodphotography “workout plan”. No push-ups or burpees. 😅
490 + PAGES in total!
TWO EBOOKS & MANUAL MODE GUIDE
– Learn different composition techniques + create your own unique style ;
– Learn the basics + challenge yourself with practical “tests” and “exams”;
– 21+ cheat sheets;
– 260+ pages & interactive pdf format.
– How to avoid food photography mistakes? Find solutions to common mistakes!;
– 21- day #foodphotography “workout plan” to learn food photography & challenge yourself with practical “tests”;
– Learn the basic 21 technical + 21 mindset mistakes;
– 180+ pages & interactive pdf format.
– #foodphotography21 guide to learn manual mode ;
– 21+ cheat sheets;
– Learn the basics + challenge yourself with practical manual mode “tests”;
– 50+ pages & interactive pdf format.
What @simlovesplants says about my @food_photography21 challenges:
“For anyone that really wants to advance their food photography skill to the next level, or to the person just starting out. The food photography 21-day challenge and cheat sheets will bring you from point and shooting your dinner to understanding what your seeing in your shot and how to capture it.
My food photography journey really got serious when I came across the food photography cheat sheets from @heathlylauracom. From there, I signed up for the 21-day challenge. This is when it all started to make sense. In the beginning, I really wanted to take photos of the food I created as a documentation kind of way to remember what I cooked. I would catch myself on Instagram just looking at posts of food and these beautiful pictures that represented the food in all it’s glory. I wanted to know how to do that and would try to replicate it with my own food and my phone. After taking the 21 -day challenge, my picture game changed dramatically. I learned in a very clear, simplified and visual way how to compose my photos.
I always refer back to my cheat sheets and 21 day challenge. They help me to refocus when I can’t seem to get what I want from my photos. I still have a ways to go and a lot to learn before I could say I feel I’ve reached that next level in food photography, but the 21 -day challenge changed the way I look at taking pictures and has helped me understand clearly, how to do it. Repetition is the mother of skill-Tony Robbins- so I’ll keep taking those shots with a growing confidence. Thank you Laura for making it easy to understand it all.”
She started her journey during the lockdown in April I decided to open an Instagram account and post the food I was cooking, just like many people did! I’m sooooo proud of her & happy to see the results.