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Do you ...
Run or contribute to a food blog or website and want to make it look more professional OR want to start one
Want to gain more followers on twitter, Instagram, tumblr or more likes on a Facebook page with more interesting "foodie pictures and recipes”.
Want to learn the tricks of the trade when it comes to plating for a professional kitchen or a dinner party at home.
Want to develop skills as budding food stylist or photographer and want a grounding in the essentials of the job
Enjoy taking pictures for social media and what to learn to how do so the best of your ability and learn how to attract the right audience and followers.
You're a restaurateur who wants to take tempting pictures to illustrate your menu or PR materials
Learn more modern plating and presentation techniques
This is the first of six sessions which include expert contributor Milly Cundall to help you explore all of the above through hands on practical workshops.
Milly Cundall one of our Social media experts is a food lover, blogger and digital strategist with 6+ years agency experience working on campaigns for DeBeers, Martini, Microsoft, Capital One, Universal, Diet Coke, Jameson and many more. now a consultant working with small businesses and individuals breaking online marketing down into simple terms and helping demystify the sometimes intimidating world of social media. She has extensive first hand experience of both the social space and the food scene within it. She will will explain how to identify an audience, highlight which channels to use to connect with them and help you craft your online brand.
The initial session explores :
Why food images fascinate us so much
The history time lines and influence of art and culture surrounding food imagery
Atmosphere, emotion, story telling and memories
Recipes - what leads you to want to make or eat it
Social media platforms exploring the best forms of exposure
Also included a light lunch styled by each guest plus refreshments throughout the day.