Food and travel go together like cheese and wine. But taking food photos doesn’t always seem like it’s second nature for all of us, right? It takes a lot of practice. I’ll help you get ahead by showing you tips and tricks for taking photos in restaurants. And how to take photos quickly so you can put the camera down and enjoy that meal with your family and friends or while you’re on that press trip! During the session, I’ll have an interactive demo and do a live shoot so share with you my thought process while I shoot. I’ll also show you how to edit food photos on your phone. You’ll leave with some actionable tips for better food photos today!
Julie Deily was a software engineer for ten years before making the transition to full-time blogger at The Little Kitchen as well as freelance recipe developer, food photographer and social media consultant. She lives in Central Florida with her husband, two dogs and one cat. A self-professed nerd, she’s a food lover but not a food snob and a firm believer that you do not have to have a huge kitchen to make amazing food. She loves sharing her favorite recipes, her travels and all about her pets on her blog.
She started her blog in December 2009 and has had the opportunity to work with amazing brands such as, KitchenAid, Land O’Lakes Butter and Florida Orange Juice. Julie has helped organized food blogger conferences and has spoken at TBEX, BlogHer Food, and Florida BlogCon. She is currently working on her first e-book, on social media for food entrepreneurs which will be released this Fall.
She’s obsessed with social media so you can find Julie on instagram, Pinterest, twitter, snapchat and Facebook.