Foodography Dinner Workshops Aim to Teach Perfect Instagram Food Photography
Foodography workshops want to get you the perfect Instagram
Some people ridicule the Instagram food photography influx while others like the Foodography series of dinners and workshops embrace it. Designed by Carmel Winery as a concept for the younger, social-media-obsessed generations, Foodography includes all the right elements to ensure you get the most-liked Instagram post possible.
The five-course Foodography dinner was created by chef Meir Adoni, the owner of Catit restaurant group in Israel, and is designed to be as colorful and photo-worthy as possible.
Carmel wineries worked with a ceramic artist to design dishware specifically for you Instagramming needs to the point that they even have a built-in stand for the smartphone. One dish, named “360,” is a revolving platform that spins on an axis to let you capture every possible angle of your meal.
The second model, called “The Limbo,” was designed to shoot still-life photos of your food. A high backdrop cuts out distractions to give it a studio aesthetic.
Beyond the specialty food and dishes, the experience also includes top food photographer, Dan Perez, on hand to instruct guests on their smartphone techniques.