A few weeks back, I had a friend reach out and ask me about how I go about taking photos for my blog. To my surprise, I found myself sharing some wisdom with her that I never really acknowledged myself before. I’ve practiced my food photography for quite some time now, and as it turns out, I have a lot of pointers to share with those interested in improving their food photography game!
Originally I thought I would just type up a blog post and call it good, because that’s usually how I go about creating content for all of you. But as I sat down and wrote out my tips for how to take better food photos, I noticed my post transforming into something much more. It didn’t seem right to just post my tips—it needed to be shared on an even bigger online teaching platform.
Which is why I’m so pumped to share with all of you that I am launching my online course How to Take Better Food Photos TODAY!
That’s right, and get this, it’s completely for free. In this course, I walk you through nine of my go-to strategies I use when setting up the best food photos for my blog and Instagram. It’s only 16 minutes long, and it comes with a downloadable course PDF that you can save and refer to for later.
Here’s how to snag the course
It’s pretty simple! All you have to do is click the button below and fill out the signup form. I will immediately send you an email that links to the course page, and you can watch the course ASAP. That’s right—no waiting for a course time to watch. You can start watching the course as soon as you get it.
Ready to make your Instagram followers drool?
A few things to note before you sign up!
The course email may go into a “Promotions” or “Spam” folder, so if you can’t find it right away after you sign up, check those folders. Make sure to add my email to your contacts (hello [at] kierstenhickman [dot] com) so you don’t miss another email.
The link is only live until Sunday 11pm EST. Which means you better watch it as soon as you can!
If you have any questions, I’m always here for you, you can reach me here. Now let’s go take some great food photos!