Food Photography Workshop

Location Dates
London Fri, 23rd April

10am – 5pm

Covid update: If we are not able to provide this course in college due to government advice then the course will be delivered via live stream following the same timetable. Please contact us should you wish to find out more.


What is Food Photography Workshop?

The course focuses on teaching you how to take incredible photos that capture your culinary creations in their best light. We will provide you with knowledge and skills you need to take undeniably beautiful photos.

This practical course will focus on techniques around lighting, angles and food styling.

Who should take this course?

This course is suitable for anyone with a passion for food, looking to enhance his or her food photography skills. If you have a camera of your own, you can bring it with you, however a smart phone with a good camera is also acceptable.

Students are encouraged to bring a tripod if possible, but again it is not necessary. You should also bring a selection of props for food styling, ie. A glass, a bowl, a plate, cutlery, and napkins.

What you will learn

  • Using your (phone) camera to its full potential
  • Telling a story through photography
  • Lighting, composition and styling
  • Adding personality to your photos
  • An introduction to editing software
  • The power of the image on blogs and social media


CNM Certificate in Food Photography Workshop


Continuous Professional Development (CPD): This course is worth 7 CPD points awarded by the Association of Naturopathic Practitioners (ANP).

Limited spaces available! Book today to secure your place.


CNM London – 25 Percy Circus, London WC1X 9EU


T&Cs: Voucher code valid until midnight 12th April 2021. This voucher code cannot be combined with any other offer or discount, such as the student discount, ambassador or referral incentives. No cash alternative will be offered. CNM reserves the right to withdraw from the promotion at any time.

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