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What You’ll Get:


  • 01. Common Food Photography Lighting Mistakes (and How to Fix Them)

    Can’t quite get your light right? Watch as founder and CEO of Foodtography School, Sarah Crawford, demonstrates some of the most common lighting mistakes when shooting food photography — and how to fix them!

  • 02. 8 Ways to Make Money as a Food Photographer

    Wondering how to monetize your food photography? We’ve got 8 unique and profitable ways to do it! Download this guide to start getting paid, like NOW. Let’s rock!

  • 03. Tips for Shooting a Dark & Moody Scene

    Trying to nail that dark & moody vibe? Get Sarah’s best tips for creating moody shadows and dramatic lighting.

  • 04. 6 Ways to Curate the Perfect Food Photography Instagram Feed

    Want the insider scoop on how we organize our @foodtographyschool Insta handle? Implement our 6 tips for creating a gorgeous, curated feed so you can show off your food photos in the best way possible!

  • 05. Capturing Motion + Pancake Styling Session

    Yay, for pancakes! Watch as Sarah takes you through her step-by-step process for styling and shooting pancakes. You’ll even get details on how to capture motion and nail that coveted syrup pour shot!

Sound familiar?

  • You wish your food photography was more dynamic and reflected your personal style.
  • You’re ready to curate a dynamite food photography Instagram feed.
  • You just can’t wait to turn food photography into a thriving career!

………….Then you NEED these freebies!

Meet your teacher

Sarah Crawford

Hey hey! My name is Sarah, and I’m the creator behind Foodtography School, where I’ve taught over 6,000 students how to improve their food photography through fun and information-packed online courses. I started my food blog, Broma Bakery, back in 2010 when I was a broke college student looking to bring creativity into her daily life. What was intended as a passion project has since grown into my career…
Best. Job. Ever.