Tablecrafter’s Newest Lesson is Brewing Soon: Crafting Beer for the Camera
Who doesn’t love a good brew? We're talking about beer, the world’s third most widely consumed beverage, after water and tea. Whatever brewing style you might favor, all beers trace their origin to very early days and have been touted as the world’s oldest alcoholic beverage.
If you’ve ever wondered what goes behind perfectly-styled photographs of glasses and pints of malty, hoppy brew, with all of their condensation droplets, foam and fizz in the right places at the right time, then you’ll love Tablecrafter’s newest lesson on beer styling. This module focuses on mastering the food styling components of beer, such as adding condensation droplets to your glass, creating foam, and maintaining fizz—all of which are integral to styling beers and other similar drinks in professional photography.
Shooting beer can be tricky. It’s a very specialized styling and photography field. For instance, a beautifully decanted beer should have dense and frothy head—but we all know real beer foam never lasts as long as it should. We’ll show you industry secrets that will make your foam fool even the greatest beer connoisseurs.
Tablecrafter's Beer Styling class goes live today!