Food Photography School | Two Loves Studio

Courses to help you improve your food photography

I Knew How Important Editing Was to Create Stunning Images, But I Couldn’t Find Any Good Resources.

One of the things about this course is that understanding powerful editing will translate into other technical areas of photography. Suchita was always asking targeted questions that really allowed her to unlock how powerful editing is. Her work really inspires both myself and other students in...

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I Had No Clue How to Give The Subject of my Food Photography The Interest it Deserved.

One thing that I never tire of is seeing creatives develop their style. Oriol went very quickly from taking shots that could be anyone's to finding what his creative voice would be. He created creative challenges for himself based on the lessons in Composition Essentials to push his creativity,...

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I Could Never Produce The Colors and Editing Style I Pictured in my Mind.

Visnja is a founding student of Lightroom Magic. She enrolled when I first opened the course. At the time of launch, I edited a handful of images from the community to show them what this powerful editing system could do for their work. Visnja’s budget was tight at the time, but after seeing me...

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I Love Food Photography, But I Felt Like I Was Guessing a Lot of The Time When it Came to Composition

One of the most amazing things about teaching other creatives is seeing them blossom. And seeing their style evolve. Once Dani could take the guesswork out of her compositional choices, her work infinitely improved. To the point where this amazing style evolved in just a short space of...

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I Felt Like There Was a Missing Piece in my Lightroom Editing Skills

I first met Melissa at one of my in-person workshops. Since then, I have had the pleasure of teaching her Lightroom and composition skills. With a business lifestyle and a young family, Melissa has shown that slow and steady does win the race. She kept to her goals and worked on her editing and...

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I Was Completely Unsure of How a Food Photography Business Worked

It was my first time working with Tina, since meeting her at a conference. It was also the most money she’d ever invested in herself. Although nervous to take that step, she managed to land a golden ticket as I like to call it. Getting paid (well) for doing a passion project. It was very...

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Learning How to Price my Food Photography Work Correctly Was Empowering.

Dyutima is one of those people who gets things done. Like really gets things done. I still can’t believe that within less than 12 months of picking up a DSLR, she’d mastered photography technique, found her style and started getting paid for her work. FPP gave her so much confidence to chase...

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I wanted to become a professional food photographer and actually get paid for my work

I was lucky enough to work with Therese as part of a mentorship in Melbourne Australia. She’s incredibly hard working and has a fantastic style. She’s used social media to connect with people in our industry and as a source of inspiration. Yet, she’s managed to present and evolve a very personal...

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Food Photography Pro Allowed Me to Turn My Hobby Into a Business

Diana is *the* success story that inspires everyone. It can be hard to put ourselves out there and it takes courage to build up that confidence. I was so excited to see Diana’s confidence grow as her food photography is just jaw-droppingly stunning and was worth more than she was charging. Just...

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Composition Helped Me Fall Back In Love with Food Photography

Janina has wowed the Composition Essentials community with how she’s transformed her styling to find a style that has allowed her to ‘feel more proud of her images’ than she ever has before. She’s gone from just filling the frame with anything and everything, to powerfully choosing her subjects,...

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