Christmas Food Styling Workshop – Dublin
CALLING ALL FOOD BLOGGERS/FOODIES, PHOTOGRAPHERS OR HOBBY CHEFS!
EVENT SOLD OUT
Health Bloggers Community (HBC Ireland) has teamed up with Agnes Chvojka, a creative food stylist and photographer for an evening of festive food styling.
What you will learn during the workshop?
- How to find your unique style in food photography.
- How to tell a story and create magical images.
- What are the basic styling techniques, tools and props and what are the essentials to food photography (composition techniques, light, layers, colours, moods – we will cover all that is the key to a beautiful food image).
- How you can create amazing pictures with your smart phone.
- Any question you might have about food styling and photography but you haven’t had a chance to ask yet.
Join us and other like-minded people at this special event and you will walk away with confidence and la lot of inspirations.
Ticket price: €22
Location: Lo-Cal Kitchen, Castleknock
ABOUT AMY AND HBC
Health Bloggers Community is an offline and online community for health bloggers in Ireland and UK, providing practical insights, inspiration, motivation and top-notch tools to save time, money, and truly make an impact in the health and wellness industry.
Amy, aka The Baking Nutritionist, is an ambassador for Health Bloggers Community in Ireland. Amy is a qualified Nutritionist (BSc Human Nutrition, University College Dublin), working as a Brand Manager for Danone Nutricia. Amy is passionate about sharing her love of cooking and baking with other foodies around the world. Check out her recipes on her website www.thebakingnutritionist.com. You can also keep up-to-date on Facebook @ The Baking Nutritionist and on Instagram @thebakingnutritionist.
SOME PICTURES FROM THE WORKSHOP
I worked with Aggie to co-host a festive food styling and photography workshop. I think I speak on behalf of the group that it was certainly an evening well spent. We learn lots about lighting, angles and colours, as well how to styling your food and your props. I would recommend a course with Aggie to anyone who is interested in food photography. Aggie has something for the beginners and the more experienced, and everyone in between.Amy, HBC
I had a lot of fun and got everything I wanted from the workshop. I loved that you shared some of your personal experiences and tips. I feel I learned a lot and I finally know a bit more to help me develop food styling and photography hobby with much more confidence and knowledge! It was definitely inspiring experience and gave me much needed motivation. 🙂 If you will be organising another workshop like this in the future, I will most definitely come in! 🙂Zuzanna
I should thank you for organizing the workshop at such an affordable price! I really enjoyed this experience! Particularly the fact that you were so organized and systematic (plus you are such a lovely and warm person)Dora Photographer