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William Reavell Photography Course

For Christmas, my mum and dad (although he never knows what the presents are going to be until we open them) bought me the opportunity to go on a food photography course. I love food, and I love photography, so it was the ideal gift. The majority of presents had something to do with cameras or food, from lens shot glasses, to a life size camera made out of chocolate... which I am yet to eat. Should probably start that one soon.

Anyway, I arrived in London after staying over at a family friends close by the night before. The course started at around 10am, and after a brief discussion and introductions, we got down to the good stuff... the photography. Also, shout out to the girls cooking the food during the day, because it was incredible. Not only to photograph, but we got to eat it as well and it was fabulous.


We started out with some colourful vegetables.

As you can see in this photo, the camera has managed to focus on the bay leaf in the middle of the photo, whilst the other vegetables have been blurred at the front and the back.





Now I'm not going to lie to you, I love food, so when it comes to photographing food I get ridiculously hungry. So thankfully, the next dish was something we actually got to eat for lunch. This is one you are not going to want to miss. If you love cheese, and if you love pasta, here you go..





Is that not one of the happiest sights you've ever seen, ever?
It was so good. So freakin' good.






As was dessert.
We had brownies, we had cookies, we had cake.
Probably the happiest day of 2017 so far.

I need to go and buy a new camera, because mine has seen it's last hour, so if anyone has any recommendations, then please be my guest? I was thinking the Canon T6i. My friend has one and takes some beautiful photos. So, if you're looking for a photography course of a reasonable price, then I highly suggest the William Reavell Photography course. He's a lovely man, as are the team around him, and the course was fantastic. I believe a maximum of 6 people are allowed on each course, which is perfect because not only do you get to meet some lovely people, but it's also not too crowded.

Happy photo taking, guys.

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