Ever wonder how they do it? How food looks too perfect in photos? How does that product float in midair?
We will work together to recreate common food and product shots using some unbelievable tools and tricks to get great shots. Ice cream isn't really ice cream, and cupcakes topped with household items that resemble icing. We will create our own unique backdrops for creative product shots as well as working on techniques involving steam, smoke and action shots.
- The secret tools used by photographers
- Explore a variety of styles of lighting and lenses
- Multiple stations to experiment with
- Composition and focusing techniques and much more!
Attending the Sweet Makers Industry Conference? Sign-in to register for this seminar and receive the Professional Experience, Conference discount. This seminar is $75 for non-conference attendees, and $50 for those attending under the Professional Experience. LEARN MORE
INSTRUCTOR: Amanda Gardner
DATE: SATURDAY, Nov 9, 2019
TIME: 11:00 AM - 1:00 PM
CLASS LENGTH: 2 HOURS
REGULAR PRICE: $75 || CONFERENCE PRICE: $50
About Amanda Gardner
Amanda is a highly energetic wedding and corporate photographer, born and raised in Atlanta. She has watched Atlanta grow from a small southern city to the flourishing art-savvy place it has become and is enjoying the people and culture moving along with it.
Having a strong passion for photojournalism, living in the south has provided the perfect backdrop to be a visual storyteller. The people and their stories drive Amanda to be a better photographer, she believes knowing an individuals story, their past or sharing a laugh with them for 5 minutes is only going to improve the image.
In 2010 she received a degree in commercial photography and began working as a teaching assistant at Gwinnett Technical College in the photography department. She has had the privilege of working alongside several heavy hitters in the Atlanta photo community and credits them for her technical abilities and knowledge. Amanda has received a PPA International Silver award and Best Image award in China and has also had the opportunity to work the PPA International Print Competition the last three years. Her motto is to do what you enjoy and enjoy what you do!
Alongside photography you can usually catch Amanda at a local disc golf course, camping or busting a move on the dance floor at a bluegrass festival.