My Most Popular FREE Food Photography Class is BACK!

Lifestyle + Photography
September 8, 2021
Lifestyle + Photography
September 8, 2021

My Most Popular FREE Food Photography Class is BACK!

It’s free. It’s packed with information. And it’s all about kickstarting your food photography career.

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My Most Popular FREE Food Photography Class is BACK!

fluffernutter brownies on a cooling rack

Hi bromiessss! I’m coming to you today with a post that’s a little different from the usual. It’s not a recipe, per se. Well I mean it is, it’s just a metaphorical recipe.

Besides running this here blog, I also run an online food photography school called Foodtography School. It all started back in 2017 when I decided to go out on a limb and host a free class all about upping your food photography. And to my surprise, over 1,200 food photographers signed up.

It was incredible! So I continued to host these free classes and over the years they kind of went viral, if I do say so myself. Like, the last time I hosted the class I’m going to tell you guys about today, over 30,000 people signed up.

So what’s this free, live class all about, you ask?! It’s called How to Turn Your Food Photos Into a Thriving Business and it’s all about how I built a successful 7-figure food photography business from the ground up, and how you can launch your food photography business. I go over:

    • A behind-the-scenes look at my 7-figure food photography business (including how to get started on a budget!).
    • 6 techniques for creating stunning food photos.
    • My editing tips & tricks to make your photos cohesive af.
    • How to beat the Instagram algorithm and stand out on social media.
    • My secrets to getting brands to line up to work with you
    • The official Foodtography School Brand Pitch Guide (a $29 value) for FREE when you show up live and stay to the end.

the perfect homemade cheesecake with berry compote      espresso marble cake on cutting board

But let’s back up… heh? Broma Bakery makes money and food photography is a business?

Yep and yep. While I started my blog in 2010 as a creative outlet with no intention of turning it into a business, in 2014 I quit my job in the restaurant industry and decided to try to do exactly that. I gave myself 2 months to try and make my blog “a thing” (aka make the monies), and if I didn’t see growth in those two months, I’d go and find a “real” job.

Luckily I did see that growth, and it gave me the confidence and push I needed to keep going. By the end of my first year of being full-time on my blog, I had made $30,000. My second year I made $80,000. And last year? $419,268, to be exact.

OK so now you’re probably like ok but like how is that even possible. And my friends, that’s exactly what I’m going to talk about in this master class.

Because frankly, working as a food photographer and blogger is a total unicorn job, and it’s too good not to share with the world.


So if you’re reading this far and thinking um yeah, I need to know more, then you should definitely sign up for next week’s class here. I’m hosting 2 sessions on Tuesday, September 14th at 10am and 5pm ET. Both will be free, live classes where I’m teaching you in real time. It’s gonna be AMAZINEEEEEE.

Sign up to save your spot right here.

Love and brownies,

PS- Want to sign up but can’t make it live? No worries! Sign up anyways and our system will automatically send you a replay link so you can watch on your own time 🙂

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  1. Sarah mentioned a little cube like device she used on her camera to make sure your shot is straight and balanced. What is the name of that please? It’s was just a few dollars.???
    Thx kindly.

    • Hi Kelle! Hmm…I think you might thinking of someone else? Sarah uses an Arkon Mount to hold my camera but I don’t think she has any cube devices! So sorry–I wish I could be more helpful!

  2. Thank you so much for this. I wanted to clarify the time because in the post, it mentions 10 am ET, but at the point of sign up, it states 12 pm ET.