How was this week for you?
This week we talked about preparation. We discussed how to further explore your food story even before getting to the scene. Before even bringing the food out and picking the camera, you started planning your photographs.
We discussed how to create a list of photos to shoot. We talked about visualizing the shot on paper and then focusing on the story. We also how to stay away from things that distract your food story
With all these lessons, now you know that for your next food story, you don’t have to wait for all stars to line up and all things to be perfect. We also discussed how to leverage the situation when you can’t take a photograph and not forget that concept. And then we’ve started moving towards understanding beautiful photography.
This past week, we’ve discussed many lessons that will help you to significantly reduce the time required to photograph food. Let’s look at what we talked about this past week –
And now we are only two days away from the last day of the challenge.
Next week, after 30 days of this challenge are over, have you thought about how you will continue to learn food photography? If you haven’t thought about it, how about redoing this challenge on your own, at your own pace again?
Now that you know these lessons, you should challenge yourself again, with different subjects.
This week’s assignment will help you evaluate your progress and share your challenges.
Task 1 – Progress Update
Start this assignment by updating your progress. Tell us how this week was and what you did and did not do.
Task 2 – Weekly Discussion
Just like last week, this week again, we have a topic for discussion. The goal of weekly discussion is to help you learn from your fellow participants.
Task 3 – Your Photo of The Week
This past week I am sure you’ve taken lot of photos. The last task this week is to upload your best food photo from this past week in this facebook album.