It’s virtually guaranteed that any town anywhere in the world will have a café or diner.
The smaller and more intimate it is, the better it is for you as a photographer.
Food is a common denominator that brings us together. What better location could there be to plan a creative photoshoot?
Most café owners are thrilled to have pictures taken.
For this free guide, Photzy Author and Photographer Ľudmila Borošová took a friend to a local café and created an entire portfolio of stock photography in a single afternoon.
You can do this, too, by following her helpful tips and suggestions.
Ľudmila has a particular interest in coffee shops. She calls them ‘Black Gold’ because she can mine dozens of shots quickly and efficiently.
Plus, she is quick to tell us that coffee shops are happy places.
You can apply these same tips to cafés, diners, truck stops, and virtually any dining establishment in your area.
If you’ve been contemplating a little creative push, now is your chance!
Here is what the author covers:
- Why considering cafés as a place for a photo shoot is a great idea
- How to maintain a good relationship with the staff
- What the best practices are to keep in mind
She also covers topics such as using the available light, making your shot Instagram-worthy, planning, what equipment to bring, storytelling, taking care not to over-style the photo, using creative angles, and a few editing tips.
Grab your copy and get started.
Photo Credit: Ľudmila Borošová