Masterclass Jay Alonzo Photography
Masterclass with Jay Alonzo: Food Photography and Lighting
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Anyone interested in photography is invited to a two-day masterclass with Jay Alonzo. In this class, you will learn the secrets of food photography, how to set up and light food correctly. 

The masterclass will take place at MAS Theatre and will be held from 25th to 26th of June, 2022. It will start at 4pm and will last for 3 hours until 7pm. The fee is 650 AED per person.

A food photographer shoots food in such a way that it is impossible to resist. The services of this specialist are needed by restaurants, supermarkets, food and grocery delivery services.

In 2022, more and more business owners are betting on websites and social networks that need a beautiful visual. Therefore, the demand for food photographers is constantly growing.

Shooting food might be pretty difficult. Even if you have the props and styling, your food photos may still be not as good as they could.

This workshop is suitable for chefs, restaurant owners or food bloggers, who will understand how to professionally shoot food and drinks even on the phone, taking “juicy” photos for a blog or website that will help in promotion; for those who want to master a new genre of photography, learn how to set up food photography equipment, choose the best angles and stylize dishes; for advanced hobbyists who would like to further their knowledge on food photography and lighting.

Jay Alonzo is a commercial photographer and a photographer for High Life magazine, the supplementary magazine of Business World and Inflight, Seair’s inflight magazine. He has been organising photography workshops since 1996 in the Philippines and abroad. Their are mainly for photo hobbyists and pros, photography clubs and corporate organizations. In his workshops, his main aim is to teach his students to develop an eye in photography and not rely on post processing tools.

To learn more, please visit the official webpage of Manarat Al Saadiyat.

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