My aim is that you will reach your full potential in Food Photography.
Teaching from all skill levels, experience and equipment.
Food photography teaching. A course developed for food bloggers, food writers and those working in photography. Tuition on food photography camera techniques, food styling, prop styling, lighting and post-production.
Level 1- £220 (IncVAT) 6 hours. Teaching the foundations to food photography.
Level 2- £330 (IncVAT) 6 hours. Teaching specific topics with a food stylist cooking and arranging the food for the day.
One To One & Business/Corporate - £ 95per Hour.
Tara Jasmin Sura Food stylistand chef @ https://twitter.com/forkanddram
An excellent class and a must for any budding photographer - Will is a great teacher with a wealth of knowledge and experience. There are many courses out there, but I would definitely recommend this one!
Russ Wilson. Head of Creative at Design and Trade
"The food photography training course was exactly what we were looking for. It was in a relaxed environment & allowed us to get hands on experience of setting up a shoot whilst getting feedback on where we could improve. We came away with images better than we were able to shoot before & lots of ideas of how to improve our set up & final product."
Loiuse Gorrod food blogger atButtercup days
"Undertaking the Leith's Food Styling and Photography course with Will was, without doubt, the best thing I did for my food blog. A complete novice when I started, I picked up so much knowledge and hands-on experience during my course. Most of all it gave me the confidence to go outside of my 'photography comfort zone'. Since the course I have won myself some great commissions with food companies and had some of my food photography published in magazines. Anyone thinking about doing this course - do it. You won't be disappointed"
Brand Manager www.aromafoods.com
“ William is a natural-born tutor who executes his session in an articulate, practical and easy-to-understand manner, even for someone who is far from being geeky! His sessions on camera work and Photoshop given to our company
have helped in deciphering the mysteries of digital photography we can now proudly combat with newly – acquired skills.”
Public Relations Director
Paul Ainsworth at Number 6 www.number6inpadstow.co.uk
"You offered just the right balance of technical information about the camera to practical hands on photography. I was concerned that as I have practically no understanding of photography and quite frankly find the theory mind boggling,
I would struggle to keep up. But you explained thebasics so clearly and gave just the right amount of information so that I didn’t hit overload. "
Suzy Bennett Photographer
"Just a quick note to say a massive thank you for such an enjoyable and productive day last weekend. I started off the day feeling like a nervous amateur and came out feeling like a pro, with some beautiful shots to match. Miraculous! I
It's amazing the difference learning just a few things about light and composition has made to my pictures. The day was a real confidence-builder. I've just landed my first proper commission to photograph a food calendar so I'll be putting my new-found skills to good use very soon. Am chuffed to bits!
"William Reavell is an amazing food photographer and a great teacher. He combined really well theory and practice and he was extremely approachable. He gave a great mix of general and specific one-to-one advice, disclosing tricks of the trade and how to apply them as an amateur photographer. I really enjoyed his food photography course and there has been a step change in my pictures since I attended it. I even got my first picture accepted on Foodgawker whilst being on the course!"