If a picture is worth a thousand words, what are YOUR pictures saying about healthy eating?
I've known for years the importance good food photography plays in building your brand and business. Having spoken on the topic to thousands of registered dietitians and healthy living bloggers, I'm proud to now offer this same basic advice on improving your food photography in this easy-to-follow, self-led course.
Taking less than one hour to complete, the course will quickly turn your food photos from drab to delicious. I'll walk you through some of the most common mistakes I've seen over the last seven years, reviewing tens of thousands of images on HealthyAperture.com. I'll also share with you the basic "how-to" for these common photography concepts:
Lastly, I'll share with you a few helpful tips for image exporting and file management.
As an added bonus with your enrollment, you'll receive ongoing support from me and your fellow students by joining our private Nutrition Communications Academy support group on Facebook.
You'll also receive one-on-one, private access to me for course support via voice messaging for 30 days from your date of enrollment FREE OF CHARGE (a $49/month value).
If you're a registered dietitian or blogger who wants to improve your photos and your online communications, this Food Photography Basics course is for you!
Regan Jones is a nationally recognized registered dietitian and the owner of the world's largest and most successful collection of dietitian-owned websites, including HealthyAperture, TheRecipeReDux, Blog Brûlée and RDs4Disclosure.
Through her leadership, Regan’s websites have organized a network of more than 5,000 health influencers and RD bloggers who reach an audience of millions.
Beginning her career as an Assistant Editor at Cooking Light and Weight Watchers Magazines, Jones is also a former national spokesperson and has been featured in hundreds of television and radio segments nationwide.
Self-described as a “registered dietitian by education, but food-lover by birth,” she enjoys reading, running, and writing for The Healthy Aperture Blog. When not behind the computer or camera, you can find her enjoying life’s little indulgences from her home in Georgia with her husband and two young sons.