Food Photography & Styling Workshops & E-Courses

This page is an on-going schedule and a reference point of upcoming workshops I will be teaching and more information will be added once details are finalized.This page also provides a detailed overview of all the past workshops I have taught.

If you have any questions or feedback or would like me to lecture at your workshop or conference, please contact me: blogmeeta[AT]gmail[DOT]com.

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Details to all my E-Courses on Food Photography and Styling



May 2016: Rome, Italy Food Photography and Styling Retreat

Experience a 2-day retreat in the heart of the Italian countryside. The Sabine Hills outside Rome are a tranquil and unspoilt part of Italy - a haven of peace, untouched natural beauty & good hearty Italian cuisine. We will focus on photo and styling processes, from basics natural light manipulations to more advanced ones. We will guide you to create succulent stories with your photos, create the right atmosphere and share current food styling and prop trends. Important topics revolving around photographing food: picking ingredients, cooking/photo time management, post-processing, finding the perfect composition and discovering an artistic style will be discussed and much more. There will also be a full session on mobile photography: working with various apps, creating appealing images with a smartphone and finding your mobile mojo!

Includes expert tuition; hands-on assignments; styling demos; detailed feedback & critique. Also included are a tour to a world-renowned olive oil expert & convivial meals.

>> Details, registration and programme Rome 2016 workshop

Workshops 2015

Workshops 2014

Workshops 2013

Workshops 2012, 2011, 2010, 2009

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  1. Doing any workshops in US? I was curious to know! I would be really interested!

  2. Hi,
    I love your work! I live in Weimar too and if you are planning anything in Weimar, I would be interested!


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