As you all know, what you see here in Frannywanny.com is a close team-up between me and my husband. I do the writing while he takes care of most of the mouthwatering photos found in this blog. As for the eating, we split that responsibility 50/50. :P
When Dwight said yes, I told Paul the good news and in return I got a big big big hug from him. Looks like someone was very excited about taking further food photography lessons. We had our mini countdown and along the way, Paul found out that fellow blogger Leslie will also be joining him in this class, all the more he got so excited that he at least know one person in the class already.
I think I have to stop talking and turn the spotlight over to my talented husband, Paul as he'll tell you more about his 50 Feasts food photography experience.
Before that though, check out one of his photos taken during the class. Amazing, huh? :)
If there's one thing I'm totally passionate about, it would have to be photography. While I would rather be behind the lens, I'm lucky that my wife, Fran has always been my willing model wherever we go. Since we have been eating out a lot and with Fran wanting to document every single food served on our table, I would always try to experiment and make sure to get the best photos out of every dish. At times, lighting would fail me or I would get a difficult angle to work on thus, I end up with photos that I'm not exactly happy about.
A few years ago, I took a basic photography course with one of the country's renowned photographers. Under his wing, I learned how to make use of my dSLR and the basics of photography. He would always tell us to continue to practice as this is how we'll be able to improve our craft.
When Fran told me that she has enrolled me in 50 Feasts' Food Photography class, I was very excited. If there's one aspect in photography that I'd like to improve on, then this would definitely be it.