Six more reasons to acquire food photography skills
People need food, and food needs professional photographers
Meet interesting people
Show off your work with big brands
You can see the world. No, you WILL see the world!
Take comfortable, remote work from home
Food photographers often work for publishers, big food brands, or restaurants. But even more often a food photographer is self-employed. Knowing how to create successful food photos allows you to work when and where you want.
The food photographer is constantly socializing … with gastronomic stars who have conquered the world with their dishes, successful restaurateurs, and the most famous food bloggers. And you’ll constantly learn from these people about life, about success. And that's very cool.
Food photography is for everyone! If you have special health conditions or if you find it difficult to leave the house due to physical limitations, choosing a career as a food photographer or food blogger is the way to go. Get clients online and make shoots for them from your home, develop your own food blog or publish your own cookbook — it's easy.
You can see your photos on the covers of the best magazines, and tell your friends and family as you drive past billboards: “Look, I did that!” All because you learned the secrets of dealing with big brands in the food and grocery industry, collaborating with them to create works of art that grace magazines, billboards, and more.
Become a gastronomic nomad. Flying from city to city, country to country and shooting food everywhere. One day you’ll create photos for a Michelin-starred restaurant in Paris. The next, you’ll report on the culinary highlights of a lonely island in Thailand.
People love to cook. People love to eat. All over the world. That's why food photography will always be relevant. Food photos are essential for menus and advertising, packaging and books, blogs and social media. If you know how to use food photography, you will always be in demand.