Introduction to Light and Dark Photography Workshop

Introduction to Light and Dark Photography

Earlier this year Sally O'Neil from The Fit Foodie Blog and Anisa Sabet from The Macadames held their very first photography workshop. After catching up on an Instagram blind-date in Melbourne, it was only a matter of time before they joined forces to teach an epic photography workshop. With Sal to teach her signature light and bright style of food photography, and Anisa sharing her wisdom on all things dark and moody, each of the 14 beautiful guests were left with a vault full of tips and tricks to help them master their own aesthetic.

So here is some behind the scenes of the workshop, photographed by the lovely Meg Evans

 

 

• Workshop Highlights •

Photography Basics - everything from camera settings, to lighting, composition, colour palettes and more

Styling - how to create a story with food

Light photography - learning how to create beautiful light and vibrant photos with Sal

Dark photography - mastering the dark and moody aesthetic with Anisa

Editing and presets - how to master the post-production and ease the editing process with presets

 

• Guests •

Marianna

Sara

Anna

Joanna

Jen

Claudia

Yvonne

Sophie

Megann

Karen

Pandora

Loryn

Alyce

 

 

• Menu •

On arrival

Coffee, tea, crudités & dip

Mains

Whole side of salmon with fennel & roe

Poached chicken with broccoli, sorrel & lemon vinaigrette

Sides

Heirloom carrot and feta salad

Spiced cauliflower and chickpea salad

Mixed leaf salad

Roquette and radicchio salad

Dessert

Chocolate cream cake

 

 

• Partners •

Teachers: Anisa Sabet | Instagram

Flowers: Fleurs by Jameela | Instagram

 

 

Where would you like to see our photography workshops head next?


 

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Sasha Leong

With a passion for photography, writing and all things health, Sasha from Live Without Labels is all about living life free from labels that society gives us. She is currently in her first year of a Bachelor of Health Science in Nutritional and Dietetic Medicine and works alongside Sally from The Fit Foodie Blog.

4 Comments
  1. Was hoping to come to this, but couldn’t get to Sydney for it – PLEASE do one in Melbourne next!