The NW Film Center School of Film presents a new class:
A new 4-week class beginning Tuesday, May 7, 6:30-9:30 PM
Taught by food stylist Dolores Custer
The art of preparing food for the camera.
Topics: Selecting and working with different foods (which ones work, which ones don’t); learn to produce steam on demand, a chilled beverage with a splash, cheese melting over a hamburger, grill marks on meats, the perfect dollop, and much more; propping; working as a team with the cinematographer; working on location under minimum conditions; try out techniques and shoot them with basic cameras; last class is devoted to a small group project on a chosen food.
Qualifies for Avid discount.
Projects: Individual and collaborative
Allocated gear: Basic video cameras for in-class recording
Related courses:CANON XA-10 CAMERA BASICS, BASIC LIGHTING
This class will begin this Tuesday, May 7, from 6:30-9:30 PM at the Northwest Film Center School of Film (934 SW Salmon). There are no prerequisites required to sign up for the class.
For more information about FOOD STYLING, Dolores Custer, and to register, please visit nwfilm.org/school.