Whether you’re a food blogger, personal chef, or just want to tighten up your Instagram feed, if you’re reading this, chances are you have some interest in food photography.
While you’ll learn essential techniques in the BPW’s Food Photography I and Food Photography II classes, here are some simple (and mostly cheap) tools that can help you take your at-home food photo skills from undercooked to perfectly done. Read More
So, you've got a digital camera and you're getting comfortable with manual controls, so whats next?
Upgrading your lens from the normal "kit lens" is the #1 way you can help make brighter and sharper photos. The Boston Photography Workshops understands that lens buying can be a tricky task. With the holidays bringing big sales, and photo wishlists, let us help shorten the list of lenses you should consider when moving beyond the standard. Read More
Wide angle shooters often cringe when they learn the pitfalls of APC-S sensors and the dreaded "crop factor"…Check out our newest favorite lens! Read More
For students who want to try a "fixed" lens at an affordable price, this lens is a great place to start. A large aperture means more light can enter the camera in an instant, allowing for faster shutter-speeds in dark situations. Read More