Course in Culinary Arts in Milan in Italy

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Culinary Arts

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Culinary arts is the study of food preparation and presentation. Students who want to study this area may take classes such as pastry, wine and food pairing, nutrition, restaurant management, alternative ingredients, sanitation, and recipe writing.

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Food Photography

Istituto Italiano di Fotografia
Campus Full time 30 hours July 2017 Italy Milan

An intensive course that aims to provide participants, which already possess the basic photographic techniques, the tools in order to learn the methods, the tricks and the difficulties of professional food photography. The student will learn to plan and organize their own creative process, starting from the idea of the project, then move through the process of the research for the proposed topics, planning for the following operational phases such as shooting, post-production, and finally the elaboration of the final product. The photographers will also have the ability to interact with various figures working in the world of food and professional photography. [+]

Course Studies in Culinary Arts in Milan in Italy. An intensive course that aims to provide participants, which already possess the basic photographic techniques, the tools in order to learn the methods, the tricks and the difficulties of professional food photography. The student will learn to plan and organize their own creative process, starting from the idea of the project, then move through the process of the research for the proposed topics, planning for the following operational phases such as shooting, post-production, and finally the elaboration of the final product. The photographers will also have the ability to interact with various figures working in the world of food and professional photography. The practical part will allow to experience the photographic medium with techniques and tools suitable for the type of shooting and the desired image. Students will learn how to build up a set, find the best solutions to create and obtain images in a short time and in a variety of situations. Duration: 18 - 22 July 2016 Frequency: 1 week, 5 days (Monday-Friday) Hours of Instruction: • aproximately 30 hours in total - each day of instruction (outdoor lesson excluded) consists of morning and afternoon sessions Morning session hours: 10:00-13:00 Afternoon session hours: 14:00-17:00 Language of Instruction: English Certificate issued: Certificate of attendance Program summery: Introduction, the food in the history of art and photography Know the food: types, times and ways of cooking, final yield of materials Revision of the basic techniques of shooting and postproduction Project management: from the theme, through the idea, to the realisation: idea research lay-out and planning shooting postproduction and editing delivering the photo Elements of still life: tips for food photography Creation of an own publishing project or adv Shooting editorial following a layout Shooting adv following a layout Editing and post production of your project Entry requirements : Basic knowledge of photographic technique and ability to use camera manually (e.g. knowledge of aperture, time, composition, etc) Written and spoken English fluency Completion and approval of enrollment form Equipment requirements: (SLR) digital camera body Lenses compatible with your SLR camera Memory Card reader Additional useful equipment Recommended lens: tele with open aperture Laptop or personal computer with Photo management and editing programs Tripod (professional) Hand-held light meter Cable or electronic remote shutter release Flash unit compatible with your SLR Camera Number of Participants: The minimum number of participants for the course to initiate is 6 people. We will confirm by 29 May 2015 the initiation status of the course with those who have enrolled so that travel arrangements can be made. In the event the the course does not initiate, enrollment fees will be 100% refunded. Modes and Options for Payment: Modes of payment: check or bank transfer (the instructions for the payment will be sent via email after compilation of the on line enrollment form) Options for payment: Option 1: single payment of € 800 on or before 27 May 2015 Option 2: two payments, paying the full amount by 27 May 2015 pay the initial enrollment fee of € 200 upon enrolment pay the balance of € 600 by 27 May 2015 Cancellations: Students may cancel their enrollment to the course at any time. Enrollment fees paid are non refundable. Upon cancellation, the amount refunded to the student will depend on when the student cancels. Refunds given upon cancellation are as follows: Cancel by 25 April 2015, student receives 100% refund (not including enrollment fee) Cancel by 29 May 2015, student receives 50% refund (not including enrollment fee) Cancel on 30 May 2015 or after, no refund is given to student [-]