I got a unique birthday gift from Above last March. The gift of learning, every year I want to learn something new that’s related or beneficial to my career or my life as a mom.
I am grateful that I am one of the chosen few bloggers to join Mommy Joy‘s food photography workshop. Yehey!
I really love capturing candid moments, I am also a visual-kind of person, and this year I wanted to cook more and discover “tipid meals” but I believe affordable doesn’t need to look “cheap” di ba? The event was held at Caffe La Tea, marami silang budget-friendly and masarap na meals mommies.
Ilang burger steaks man ang lumabas, the best pa rin sa meatiness and flavor ang two-piece Beef Burger Steak namin. Tikman, husgahan at i-post sa Instagram! 😊 A post shared by Zen & Happiness in a Cup! (@caffelatea) on
I am just happy that I’ve joined the workshop, I’ve learned a lot. I encourage you guys to sign-up on her next workshop, it is very worth it.
Here are some of my key take-aways from the workshop mommies :
- Don’t just capture a photo but capture a story
- Invest on props and elements to add more style
- Lighting is everything
Here are some of my shots during the workshop (marami pa akong kakaining bigas hehe)
On-the-budget meals @caffelatea 💕 #joybitesworkshop #zenandhappinessinacup #cafelatea #pasta #ontheplate #budgetmeals #manilaresto #meatballs A post shared by Gracie Miranda-Maulion (@graciemaulion) on
Food Photography workshop is perfect for:
- Social Media Managers
- Food / Restaurant Owners
- Online Food Biz Owners
- Home-Cook Nanays
At the end of the workshop, we’re all able to practice what we’ve learned.
Arla is so generous to give us all cheesy goodies to take home.
Workshops and events are also great time to chat with virtual friends :)
There are many notes and learnings I’ve got but I wanted you to hear those personally from Mommy Joy on one of her future workshops.