In 2013, I bought a DSLR camera and started my food blog, To Her Core. I had visions in my head of delicious recipes accompanied by gorgeous photos… only I had no idea how to actually use the camera!
For the first few months I shot entirely in manual, and was constantly dismayed that the photos I pictured in my head looked nothing like what I ended up with.
Even after changing over to manual, I still had no idea what I was doing – but I was determined to learn! I spent hours and hours scouring the internet, taking an online course, and practicing the tips that I had learnt.
But while my photography continued to improve, the process to get there was exhausting – why couldn’t all of the information be in the one place?
As I had been keeping notes along the way, it made sense to compile it all together and create the online resource that I craved when I started out myself.
And that’s when the Food Photography + Styling Guides first started to take shape.
Today, I spend my spare time dong freelance photography for local businesses, teaching photography and styling through these online courses, as well as face-to-face workshops.
And when I get the chance, I still love to create new recipes which you can find over at the blog that started it all, To Her Core.
Can you tell me a bit about your equipment? Mainly lenses you use?
Hi there, I currently shoot with a Canon 6D body, and usually a 50mm 1.8 lens.
How would your presets work for landscape photography?
Hi Venessa, sorry for the late reply! Yes you can definitely use them for landscape photography if you want a really dark and moody feel – I find them great for winter and forest shots 🙂
How do I buy the lightroom food presets?
I can not go on with the purchase. Is there another way to make the purchase?
If you click the link at https://foodphotographyguides.com/lightroom-presets/ you should be taken through to the page where you can buy the presets. Simply select the credit card or Paypal option, and then select ‘Buy Now’ and follow the prompts. If you are having difficulties, send me an email at dearna [at] foodphotographyguides.com
What if someone is not happy with the course? Do you have Money back guarantee policy
Hi Ayesha, as this is an online course where you get access to ALL of the content as soon as you purchase, there is no money back guarantee or refund. If you have any specific questions about the course, feel free to send me an email and I’ll be happy to answer 🙂 Thanks, D