We eat on average three times a day. Aside from this we see and experience food all day and opportunities to take food pictures abound. Food pictures can be taken at home, in restaurants, supermarkets and even work environments. As long as the battery on your Smartphone is charge there is an opportunity around every corner. The modern Smartphone has an abundancee of camera features that mean that even an entry level smartphone will enable you to take pictures and edit them enhancing the quality.
Food Pictures as a full time income
Taking images of food and using them to earn some extra money will give your income an extra boost. This course overlaps with the course that shows you how to sell your photos to an agency. This course will also illustrate how to build up a good portfolio of stock images. You will discover the joys of passive income. You will also discover how Agencies prefer to use particular photographers once they decide they like your niche. All the more reason to brush up on your approach.
This course is the sequel to the 30 ways in 30 days and offers a far more serious approach to just taking a few snaps and earning pocket money. There are additional modules that include the use of digital cameras. How to make some of your own accessories and decisions on buying your own once the budget allows you to. It is a step by step guide how to start off with only your phone and build a strong Food photography practice.
If You are unsure start by reading the 30 ways in 30 days blog to help you make up your mind.