Finally able to sit and write to you about the Food Photography and Reel workshop we run at the beginning of March with Kimberly Espinel.
So if you want to know how a workshop develops, this post will give you an idea of what we do and how.
I know to speak for everyone when I say that social media platforms are proving extra challenging lately, yet IG is still one of the best places to nurture community online. So I wanted to create a workshop focused on cutting the overwhelm of content creation, especially for videos and reels.
I couldn’t ask for a better partner than Kimberly; her extensive editorial experience and my work as a content creator and recipe developer gave the students diverse styles, editing processes and techniques they can directly apply to clients and their work.
The workshop was developed as follows.
We started at 10 with a planned schedule that allowed the students to see our different approaches.
Kimberly and I created short reels and videos to demonstrate camera settings, frame speed and the tech aspects of creating a reel in the most practical ways. The students understood what to include in the footage to minimize the editing time and create truly eye-catching content.
The students had the opportunity of
Building on the learning from day 1, Kimberly and I took it up a notch. We wanted our students to have versatile and interesting material and all their doubts answered. So our students could walk away knowing how to confidently create a video and the perspective on the many available options that can make their content creation easier and more consistent.
We also had more time to sit and enjoy the delicious food, including the incredible Julienne Bruno vegan burrata, and discuss about photography and our different experiences.
Thank you so much for gifting our attendees with your highly crafted
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On May 12th, Aimee twigger and I will host a London food photography composition and storytelling workshop!
Find more info here or write me at silvia(@)salvialimone.com