Autumn is my favourite season for lots of reasons: it’s my birthday and that means we get to go out for a few nice meals; the light becomes super gorgeous; nature produces the most glorious colours; cuddly jumpers come out of drawers; fires and candles are lit; and, of course, we get a harvest of delicious vegetables and fruit. All of these ‘ingredients’ (except my birthday) make The Autumn Food Photography Workshop a rather special one. It took place on Saturday at a lovely home in Wilmslow – our regular venue thanks to Nikki, who cooks, bakes, sets the scene and is a superb host. Here are a few images from the day to give you a ‘flavour’ of the workshop.
Don’t miss out on the next food photography workshop 9th December 2018, which is rather a bumper one as it’s Christmas!
Lunch was a delicious vegetarian curry served with a salad of autumn vegetables and quinoa.
And of course we got to photograph it!
Follow Nikki on Instagram to get the recipe for our lunch.
Watch this short video to see how I style this shot.
Unusual for me to me to be captured in action – doing what I love the most 🙂