DIY Food Videography Courses
 
 

 

DIY Food Videography

 
 

LEARN TO MAKE BEAUTIFUL FOOD VIDEOS AT HOME ALL BY YOURSELF.

(YES, IT’S POSSIBLE.)

 

 In this course you’ll learn the basics of making a “Tasty-style” video as well as some more unique and advanced approaches to recipe videos. Each lesson includes worksheets, homework, and behind the scenes looks into how a recipe video is made. You’ll learn industry-standard film terminology as well as how to tell a story with your camera, and everything in between!

 

 

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What You'll Get

12 video lessons

hands-on worksheets with tons of bonus information!

homework assignments to help you put the lessons into practice

access to the student portal

film-school quality lessons on videography

 

THE CuRRICULUM

 
 

1.     INTRO

Check out the sneak peek above!

2.     EQUIPMENT

Learn what equipment I use to shoot my videos, what equipment I recommend, along with a worksheet containing links to easily order your own!

3.     OPERATING A CAMERA FOR FILM

Here is where we will discuss the differences between using your camera for film versus photography. If you do not have a basic grasp on photography, I suggest refining those skills before taking this course. 

4.     UNDERSTANDING STYLE

You will learn how to articulate visual style in a video. We will watch many example videos in order to help you identify what styles you like and don’t like. This is where you can begin to develop your own unique videography style!

5.     FILM BASICS

You’ll learn industry-standard film terminology and watch it in action. This is where you will learn the basic skills that ALL videography is based on. 

6.     ANATOMY OF A FOOD VIDEO

We discuss the general structure of a food video, along with how to map out your own shoot, so that when we dive in to filming, you have a strategy. 

7.     GENERAL PRE-SHOOT ADVICE

These are the things I WISH someone had told me before I started filming. I hope you can learn to avoid my mistakes.

8.     THE SET UP

We will discuss three basic ways to make a DIY food-video set-up in your home. So no matter if you are shooting in your kitchen, living room, or bedroom, you’ll know how to make a beautiful video in any space. 

9.     SHOOTING PROCESS

Building on the three set-ups, we discuss how to shoot a video in a “Tasty Style” format as well as my “Brewing Happiness Style.” 

10.  SHOT CHOICE

Learn how to decide what shot is best for each recipe action! Plus, in this section, you’ll learn how to edit in your head as you go. 

11.  SHOOTING A “TASTY STYLE” VIDEO

In this lesson, you’ll watch as I actually film a “Tasty style” recipe video and I’ll talk you through each step as I do it!

12.  SHOOTING A “BREWING HAPPINESS STYLE” VIDEO

Watch as I shoot a recipe video in my classic “Brewing Happiness style”, and give you step-by-step guidance on shot choice. 

 
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why buy it?

Let’s face it. Our world is completely visual now. Social media platforms push video content, and audiences eat it up. In this world, if you aren’t doing video, you’re falling behind. Plus, videographers charge anywhere from $400-$2000 per video. So, you’re increasing your value and earning potential exponentially by adding this skill to your repertoire. No matter if you’re a blogger, brand, social media expert, chef, or marketer – this course will give you marketable and applicable skills to further your career.

 

FAQ’s

Who is this course for? 

EVERYONE. Well, everyone interested in learning how to make beautiful food videos at home. Bloggers, brands, novices, and experts alike will gain useful skills from this course!

When do I get my course? 

All courses are for pre-order until June 30th, after that day your course will be available to you almost instantly after payment is received.

What equipment do I need to take this course? 

Any camera with video capability! Yes, even your iPhone works. 

Does this course teach you how to edit? 

No. If you want to learn how to edit videos, check out my editing course! 

Why sell the courses separately? 

I wanted to allow people the flexibility to just learn about what they are interested in. If you want to learn about both videography and editing, check out The Bundle.