Live professional food photography | Teppanyaki with Esther Ling
Teppanyaki Chinatown - 58/60 George Street, Chinatown, Manchester M1 4HF
Saturday 21st September, 12:00pm - 2:30pm
Dinner is included
Witness the art and theatrics of Teppanyaki whilst photographing a professional chef.
Food photographer Esther Ling presents an afternoon of spectacular food creation and stunning photography and mouth-watering dinner. Teppanyaki, meaning iron-pan grilling, is where the chef traditionally prepares stunning dishes in front of the customer, cooking and serving with flare; direct from grill to the plate, the chef's really put on a show. You will have no problem capturing the excitement, the beauty and the taste of Teppanyaki.
After you photograph this beautiful tradition, you will be served the dinner you captured which is included in the ticket.
Esther is a self-taught professional photographer. She specializes in Food Photography but also covers weddings & social location portraits. She believes in simplicity and not overcomplicating the way you shoot. Where possible, Esther works with natural light and wide, open apertures; a definite lover of a shallow depth of field.
Esther will guide you through the step-by-step process of photographing stunning dishes. This workshop will take place using background and natural light to help you to perfect your craft even when you are limited on where you can capture the images. From the presentation to the final image, Esther and Panasonic will be on-hand to give you tips and tricks and help you get some stunning shots for your portfolio.
You will need:
- Your DSLR/mirrorless camera and lens(es)
- A memory card
- Spare battery
Esther has been a full time working pro photographer for 16 years and in the main is self-taught. A self-confessed, non-techy photographer she learnt on 35mm and carries over her disciplined way of shooting to digital.
She specialises in Food Photography but also covers weddings & social location portraits. She believes in simplicity and not over complicating things and works where possible in all genres of photography with available light and wide open apertures, a definite lover of shallow depths of field.