Food Styling and Food Photography class at culinary school in NYC

CAPS: Food Styling and Food Photography

Steve Legato & Junita Bognanni

This class is designed to help take your understanding of successful food styling and photography to the next level. It is open to bloggers, food professionals, entrepreneurs bringing a product to market, and students and chefs interested in writing cookbooks. Learn more below.

5May2018
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Tuition - $250

Institute of Culinary Education

225 Liberty Street
New York, NY 10281
(212) 847-0700

This class is designed to help take your understanding of successful food styling and photography to the next level. It is open to bloggers, food professionals, entrepreneurs bringing a product to market, and students and chefs interested in writing cookbooks. You'll be introduced to trends in food styling and key considerations in food photography, as Junita and Steve present their portfolio of work. Junita will then style food for Steve to photograph, analyzing and discussing the presentation from different lighting perspectives and with various effects. You will have a chance to style some food yourself, look at the composition with Steve using a digital camera, and receive Junita's feedback and critique. Steve Legato is a freelance photographer specializing in creating inspired food imagery. His work has been featured in "Art Culinaire," the "New York Times," "Food & Wine," "Wine Spectator," "Food Arts," "GQ," "Departures," "Wine & Spirits," "Travel & Leisure," and many more. Steve has photographed over 40 cookbooks, and was the photographer for ICE CAPS co-chair Chef Kathryn Gordon’s first book, "Les Petits Macarons" (Running Press). Junita Bognanni is a food stylist, writer, pastry connoisseur, and ICE graduate. She was the food stylist for ICE CAPS cochair Chef Jenny McCoy’s first book, "Desserts for Every Season" (Rizzoli).