Students gain a taste for food photography
10th November 2020 – Tags: Photography
Four students on our UAL Level 3 Diploma in Photography have gained valuable experience of client work by carrying out a shoot for a new micro bakery.
The second-year students – Harmony Curtis, Maisie Abbotts, Jake Marrison and Daria Isaac – worked in pairs to carry out two shoots for LOAF., an artisan micro bakery in Great Hockham, Norfolk.
Despite being new to food photography, the students did brilliantly and learnt a lot from this professional experience of working to a brief set by a client.
They were also given the scope to contribute their own ideas to the project and produced some fantastic images.
Clare Brown, creator of LOAF., said:
I meet and briefed the students. By the time they arrived at the bakery for the photo shoot they were extremely prepared. They really heard what I needed from the product and wow did they deliver. They were personable, confident , professional. Their talent far exceeded my expectations, and their creativity and effort really brought LOAF. to life"
Photography student Maisie Abbotts commented:
The whole experience of going to meet someone new, to see what they want, and being able to give the client what they want is quite exciting. It’s quite nice to know that the client is happy.”
To see more work by our UAL Photography Diploma students, check out photography_ccn on Instagram.