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Food photography, stying & fabric dyeing RETREAT in JAIPUR,INDIA

Food photography, stying & fabric dyeing RETREAT in JAIPUR,INDIA

Food photography, styling & fabric dyeing RETREAT in INDIA

EXCITING NEWS!
Join me and super talented Rakhee from Box of Spice for this incredible, once-in-a-lifetime learning adventure in Jaipur, India this October.

WHEN 3-7 October 2017

WHERE JAIPUR, India We are staying in a 5-star unbelievably beautiful resort, where you will be sharing a villa with one other person only.

ABOUT   The aim of this intimate and intensive food photography and styling retreat is to fuel your creativity, help you find your own unique photography style, equip you with the knowledge necessary to create food pictures that really stand out and to give you a unique opportunity to experience the best that India has to offer.

What is waiting for you:

Theory of photography – All you need to know to become your camera’s best friend and to create pictures that really shout ‘WOW’. You’ll not only learn about your equipment, ISO, aperture, shutter speed, white balance but also how to reflect your beautiful style and personality in your images.

Practical styling sessions – The knowledge that sticks with you is the one that is practiced, so you will have plenty of opportunities to unleash your creativity during the hands on sessions. You’ll learn about composition, how to choose perfect props and all the styling secrets.

Fabric dyeing as our extra activity– This will be so much fun! You will spend one day learning about fabric dyeing and block printing which is so famous for this part of India. This will also be a perfect chance to practice how to capture human element in your photography, and learn more about fabrics that you can then use in your styling.

Editing session – Learn the magic of editing and take your images to the next level

Social Media – Get to know how to build your presence and strong community on Instagram and Pinterest, how to get more work thanks to your social media and all you have to know about collaborating with brands. Food, Glorious food – You will be spoilt with delicious meals both cooked be me and Rakhee and prepared at the resort using finest and freshest ingredients this bountiful area has to offer.
WHAT TO BRING A DLSR camera or smart phone camera and a BIG SMILE 🙂

MORE DETAILS

The nearest airport is in Jaipur city and is the Jaipur International Airport. However we highly recommend checking out the flights to New Delhi (capital of India), which might be a much cheaper option.

Accommodation, meals, workshops and workshops related activities and city visits are included in the workshop cost.

Price is listed per person.

Space limited to 8 attendees.

COST OPTIONS Single bed (shared room) $2050 Queen bed (shared room) $2250

NOT INCLUDED Transport to Jaipur, India Alcohol Mini bar purchases Laundry Spa services

A 50% deposit will be required on booking to hold your place, the balance will be payable latest by August 30.

To secure your spot or if you have any question please send an email to harvestngather@gmail.com

The deposit is non-refundable unless you can find another person to fill your spot.

WE CAN’T WAIT TO SHOOT WITH YOU!

And here is just a little taste of how breath-taking Jaipur is….

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Jaipur is known as a Pink City of India and it’s the largest city in the state Rajasthan, which translated from Hindi means ‘the land of kings’.The 18th-century Maharaja Jai Singh designed the city to meet his every whim, with royal palaces, gardens and pavilions taking up almost a quarter of its footprint. Streets were designed as parade routes and a busy craft bazaar flourished, selling wares almost exclusively to decorate royal buildings.
It’s worth slipping into the side streets too: you’ll find the artisans, traders and shopkeepers who keep the city ticking.

 

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