Yummy Workshops

Feb 6, 2012
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Want to dig in and learn the delicious art of food photography and styling? Well, you’re in luck! Our super talented food photographer, Meeta K Wolff has not one, but two workshops coming up!

Meeta K Wolff

But first, a little about Meeta! Originally from India, Meeta has been living and shooting in Germany for the past 17 years. She’s not only an accomplished food photographer and stylist, but a popular writer as well. Her food blog, What’s For Lunch, Honey? has been nominated for several awards and is listed on the Times Online’s Top 50 Food Blogs. Meeta’s also had her writings published in Foodies of the World As a writer her work has been published in the book Foodies of the World.

Meeta K Wolff

Now back to the workshops. Your first opportunity to learn from Meeta in at the beautiful Atlantis, The Palm in Dubai at her Food Photography and Styling Workshop. This April 3-4, 2012 workshop is limited to only 10 participants and is ideally suited for food bloggers looking to take their photos to the next level.

The course will cover basic and advanced styling, presentation and photography through hands-on exercises including a market visit and restaurant meal. View the full program outline and register here.

Meeta K Wolff

Next, Meeta is jet setting to Somerset, UK and meeting up with fellow Wonderful Machiner Ilva Berreta for the From Plate to Page Food Photography and Writing Workshop. From Plate to Page is an exclusive, 2.5 day program that covers food styling, photography and writing skills. The workshop aims to help participants find their style and voice.

Meeta and Ilva will be teaching alongside several other talented photographers/writers including Huffington Post food contributor, Jamie Schler, and award winning food blogger, Jeanne Horak-Druiff.  The program is aimed at food photographers, writers and bloggers.

Ilva Beretta

Interested? There are still a few slots left. You can register here. The dates of From Plate to Page are May 18-21, 2012.

You can view more of Meeta’s work on her website, meetakwolff.com.

– Maria Luci

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