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*SOLD OUT! Please send me a message with your email address to be on the early bird list for future workshops*

I’m super excited to announce a Paris photography workshop that I’ll be hosting this June with my talented friends Joann Pai and Elise Dumas!

Creating your own voice, Paris workshop
Learn how to master your own food photography during a 2 day hands-on workshop, taught by food photographers and food writers @sliceofpai@thepineapplechef and @evainthekitchen. With a special cake demo by Linda Lomelino.
You can reserve your spot by shooting me a message.

When?
Our 2-days hands-on workshop will take place on Saturday June 10 and Sunday June 11.

Paris Food Photography Workshop, by Joann Pai, Elise Dumas and Eva Lambooij

Where?
In Paris! Our location is a beautiful Haussmannian apartment in le Marais (and yes, those pretty pictures are of our workshop location!). Paris is absolutely gorgeous in spring and markets are bustling with fresh produce from the French countryside.

Paris Food Photography Workshop, by Joann Pai, Elise Dumas and Eva Lambooij

What will you learn?
We’ll cover food photography, food styling and how to create gif’s, stop motions and cinemagraphs. You’ll learn how to cook for the camera, so that your food looks its absolute best, and how to create different moods to find the perfect style that fits your voice. We’ll also cover how to work with natural light and how to use the right props to help visually strengthen your story. In addition to that, we’ll show you how to set up a shoot in your own home, and how you can transform your living room into a temporary studio with just a few simple tricks. You don’t need crazy equipment to make a beautifully styled image, you’ll see!

After we’ve taught you how to set up different moods and you’ve taken plenty of pics to practice, we’ll guide you through the editing process in Lightroom. After the weekend, you’ll have a portfolio of new pictures to use and the knowledge how to set up your own shoots to create the mood and image (or moving image) you want.

Paris Food Photography Workshop, by Joann Pai, Elise Dumas and Eva Lambooij

Planning
Day 1
09:00 AM – Welcome and introduction at the apartment / Coffee, tea & pastries
10:00 AM to 12:00 AM – Photography masterclass by Joann Pai (photography basics including camera gear, manual shooting and the magic triangle of aperture, ISO and shutter speed to get the correct exposure). How to create a dark or light mood in an improvised studio in your own home
12:30 PM to 14:00 PM – Lunch @the apartment (also another excellent moment to practice your ‘real life’ food photography skills)
14:00 PM to 16:00 PM – Cake demo by Linda Lomelino
16:00 PM to 17:00 PM – Tea time (eating those cakes!) while going through Post-production with Lightroom class by Joann Pai, Elise Dumas and Eva Lambooij
17:00 PM to 19:00 PM – Optional apéro in the Marais

Day 2
09:00 AM – Welcome, coffee, tea & pastries
09:15 AM to 10:30 AM – Visit of the local market
11:00 PM to 13:00 PM – Lunch preparation / How to shoot the cooking process & recipes
13:00 PM to 14:30 PM – Lunch @the apartment
14:30 PM to 16:00 PM – How to make cinemagraphs and stop motions, by Eva Lambooij
16:00 PM to 17:00 PM – Round-up and Q&A
17:00 PM – Time to say goodbye

Who is this workshop for?
Anyone with an interest in food photography. Whether you’re a blogger, food writer, restaurant owner or photographer searching to expand your knowledge. A DSLR camera is recommended, but you can also participate with a point and shoot camera (or even an iPhone).

Your teachers
Elise
Paris Food Photography Workshop, by Joann Pai, Elise Dumas and Eva Lambooij              Paris Food Photography Workshop, by Joann Pai, Elise Dumas and Eva Lambooij

Elise Dumas is a French native but has lived abroad for many years (Africa, Holland, United States) before settling down in Paris. She has worked for 15 years for luxury houses as a visual merchandising expert and is also the recipe author, chef, food stylist and photographer of her blog The Pineapple Chef. Her work is often published in French food magazines and she collaborates with restaurants in Paris for culinary shoots. She has organized food and lifestyle retreats with well-known food photographers and social media major players.
www.thepineapplechef.com

Joann

Paris Food Photography Workshop, by Joann Pai, Elise Dumas and Eva Lambooij  Paris Food Photography Workshop, by Joann Pai, Elise Dumas and Eva Lambooij

Joann Pai is a food & travel photographer in Paris, originally from Vancouver, Canada. She has journeyed all over the world working on lifestyle brand shoots and editorial assignments. Her work has been featured in esteemed publications such as Vogue, Saveur magazine, Condé Nast Traveler, The New York Times, and EnRoute magazine.
sliceofpai.com

Eva

Eva in the Kitchen                 Portfolio of Eva Lambooij

Eva Lambooij lives in two great European cities: Utrecht and Paris. She has more than 10 years of experience in PR, a foodblog and travels the world to take the food and life style photos that have become her personal trademark. Eva is one of the food photographers for Stockfood agency and has published her recipes and pictures in several magazines.
evainthekitchen.com and evalambooij.com

Our partners
During the workshop we’ll use high quality products and props from our fantastic partners: handmade ceramics by Parisian artists Malo Atelier, Arielle de Gasquet and Judith Lasry, the best wines from Château de Malle and Château de Pessan, beautiful flowers from Pedro Domingues and the world famous pastries from Pierre Hermé.

Other practical information
We’ll teach in English and French, but we also speak Mandarin, Spanish and Dutch.
Because we want this workshop to be very practical and have enough time to guide and help each of you individually, we only take a limited number of participants.

Price and reservation
The costs for the two day workshop are 750 euro, and you can reserve your spot by shooting us a message.

PLEASE NOTE: This workshop is sold out, to get on the early bird list (and receive a heads up before we announce future workshops publicly) please send me a message with your name and email address.

 

 

Paris Food Photography Workshop, by Joann Pai, Elise Dumas and Eva Lambooij
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10 Responses

  1. Andreea Stanescu

    hi, I am interested in other workshops like this one. unfortunately cannot join you that weekend, as other plans already booked, but I am looking forward to others. Is a great idea and lovely people you bring together.
    kr,
    andreea

    Reply
    • Eva in the Kitchen
      Eva in the Kitchen

      Hi Andreea, thank you for your message! Sorry you can’t make it but perhaps you’ll be able to join us during future workshops! Have a lovely day, Eva

      Reply
    • Eva in the Kitchen
      Eva in the Kitchen

      Hi Marisa, I have sent you several emails, and also tried to contact you via Instagram. Have you checked your spam filter? Because there should be a couple of emails from me ;-)

      Reply
  2. Teddy bouchereau

    Are there any other workshops happening, I really want to attend something like this while i am in paris on vacation. 6/18 – 6/2. If you happen to be offering anything for those dates for any type of photography workshops please get back to me

    Reply
    • Eva in the Kitchen
      Eva in the Kitchen

      Hi Teddy, we’re planning new workshops, but not directly after this one unfortunately. If you like, I can put your name and email address on the early bird list, and we’ll give you a heads up for future workshops before we go public. Please let me know if you’d like me to put you on that list.
      Have a great time in Paris! Eva

      Reply
  3. Leanne

    Hi Eva,

    I’ll be traveling to Europe in the spring of 2018 and am intereted in any food styling/photography workshops you may be hosting during this time. Please keep me posted.

    Thank you!

    Reply
  4. Chia-Yun

    Hello,

    I’m interested in your workshop and looking forward for the future session. Will it happen soon ? And can you please let me know when you have another workshop ? Thanks

    Reply
    • Eva in the Kitchen
      Eva in the Kitchen

      Hi Chia-Yun, because I’m pregnant (almost 8 months) the next workshop is planned for this spring. If you want to get an early bird notification in your mailbox, please send me your email address via the contact form. Thanks and wishing you a great day!

      Reply

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