Food Photography Workshop – On-Site with SIGMA & Hunt’s Photo!
Join Hunt’s Photo Education’s Emily Hojnowski for another entry in our Food Photography Workshops. In our hands-on workshops, we cover all aspects of food photography: exposure, composition, styling, working with food, lighting, props, and more. In this workshop – On Site with Mexican Dishes! – we will specifically be working with…you guessed it! The Painted Burro in Waltham will be our classroom for the day, as we cover the basics for beginners and add challenges for more advanced food photographers.
This event is sponsored in part by SIGMA. They will have lenses on hand that you can use for the workshop for no additional cost!
Please Note: To minimize on gear and space, we will be working in groups of two. This will work to everyone’s advantage, as one person at a time will be the photographer and one person will help with lighting and styling.
Regarding Food, Drinks, and Props: All food and drink will be provided for this workshop. We will also provide lighting, diffusers, and all other applicable gear in order to photograph. Photographers are welcome to bring their own additional props.
About Emily Hojnowski
Emily Hojnowski is a fun-loving, energetic, and passionate photographer and photography instructor based in New England. Emily is a self-taught photographer and believes in making photography as easy to learn as possible. With over 10 years of experience, she’s photographed a plethora of subjects such as families, newborn, and events but long exposures, nature, and food photography really get her heart pumping! If you are looking for inspiration for your photography, look no further than Emily, who brings a world of enthusiasm to every class and workshop in which she teaches!