It’s a problem even we as apprenticed photographers have to fight with in autumn and winter, since we always work with daylight. Equipped with warm wool socks, nut wedges, tea and deliciously smelling coffee from a roast house here in Wedding, we made ourselves comfortable and let the things take their course. At our workshops, we try to impart as much of our knowledge we gained over the last 10 years as possible. Still, what we like most is when all participate get involved, not only with questions, but with own ideas and approaches. We’d like to say a big thank you to our great guests for the lovely Saturday, which enriched us, too.
After a long break we finally found the time for our second Food Styling & Photography Workshop. This time, we wanted it to be smaller and more personal, so we created the concept of our Homeschool Workshop. We invited 5 people to our home, to where all of our photos develop, where all our props are and where we fiddle around with new recipes. We didn’t want to give long lectures and keep spelling out rules for our guests, but wanted to let the small group participate directly at the process of our photos. The whole setting took place under realistic circumstances, because the day was grey and rainy.