Food photography: create your own unique style

Would you like to learn how to create the best food photos bursting with energy and personality? It all starts with setting the base straight. Let me help you with that by offering my online course ‘A Start with photography’ for free. 

My name is Lucie Beck and for years I’ve been a food photographer and food stylist. I also have a shop in vinyl photography backdrops : Myluciebackdrops. 

I spent years of testing and tweaking and share my proven basic steps with you in online courses, workshops & Photography & Business coaching.

Forget questioning your lighting and camera settings and get the base right from the start. Become a better photographer and join my free course ‘A start with photography’. 

By clicking on this download you will also regularly get tips on how to make food photography easy. I handle your data with care. Check out my privacy statement.

Would you like to be able to take those breathtaking food photos but you don't know what to change?

Let me help you.
I’m Lucie Beck, food photographer and food stylist. I help beginning and advanced photographers to easily grow in their food photography and styling skills with my online workshops, offline workshops and my Photography & Business coaching.
Because of my experience working for different clients, I know exactly how to capture food photos and how to work for different clients.

You might have just started with food photography and you want to know all there is to know about food photography without spending all of your evenings swiping on your phone. Or you’ve been doing this for a while and you noticed that you’re always facing the same things when it comes to foodstyling.

Every time you’re struggling how to work with daylight or artificial light. You find it difficult to style a plate of food properly, what colors or compositions to use in your food styling.

Actually, you want to feel more confident about your work and want to be able to proudly show your portfolio to your future client.

Do you recognize this?

You like your food photos but they are not perfect. You always look at other food photographers and wonder how they take those great food photos. What else can you do? Where to start?

You find it difficult to choose when it comes to daylight, artificial lighting and color in your food styling. Which color should you use or not and how many colors should you use anyway?

You compare yourself to other food photographers and it frustrates that you are not yet where you would like to be.

You might have another job, but your heart goes out to food photography. Or you work part-time and you don’t have enough assignments yet to become a fulltime food photographer. You really want TO GO for this now.

How do you get more assignments so you can work as a fulltime food photographer? And when you have an assignment, what kind of rate should you charge?

Become a better photographer by joining my mailing list for photography tips and get access to the free course ‘A start with photography’.

First things first: let’s get the basics right. If your photo quality improves and you start feeling more confident about your photos, all of these decisions will be so much easier.

Become a better photographer by joining my mailing list for photography tips and get access to the free course ‘A start with photography’.

By clicking on this download you will also regularly get tips on how to make food photography easy. I handle your data with care. Check out my privacy statement.

“The desire to create is one of the deepest yearnings of the human soul.”

A little introduction.

Hi, I’m Lucie Beck and my heart is beating faster from photographing and styling food. I love creating beautiful images and making it as perfect as possible for the client. I like to share my knowledge. My mission is: to inspire others with my food photography knowledge and business. 

In recent years I have worked for large online food companies and worked on cookbooks.

Now I also help other photographers with their technique and styling skills such as creating a dark moody setting or action photography. 

I was even nominated for the Pink Lady Food Photography Awards in 2018 and became 3rd in the “food bloggers” category in London. I was also in the selection of the Food Photo Festival in Vejle, Denmark. What an honor and a crown on my work. I also continue to develop myself and follow the new techniques and styles closely.

Styling and photography is personal and each has its own taste. I am very supportive of this and try to bring out one’s own creativity in the other. Often the business part is forgotten as well, like the online findability of your website. Also here I have years of experience in running my own business what I used to have (I could even sell my old business in creative workshops because I was found so well in Google).

Food Photographer Lucie Beck

What others say

I had a great workshop at Lucie Beck to learn the skills and tips and tricks of Lucie. I was overwelmed by the many available backdrops, setting, food, pots, pans and tableware to select from. Now, ones I got home, I was able to put everything in place. In my mind and how I want the shoot the dishes for my book. With all the tips and tricks I learned from Lucie, I feel way more confident to do the foodphotography and styling for my book.

Sanne Motza

Full 5 stars! Lucie thinks along with you. Her unique strength are the backgrounds and backgrounds she has photographed herself. In addition, she has a whole range of trays, bowls, plates, cutlery, you name it. Lucie is not afraid of dirty fingers and if you need a lick of paint somewhere, no problem. Lucie is really a social creative mastermind.

Jean Marc Blm

Super educational morning 1 on 1 coaching by Lucie. Since I did not go for the technical side but more for the styling, they immediately responded. You can indicate what you would like to practice and this is also clearly explained by Lucie. You can choose which surfaces you want to work with or which crockery (just like a candy store full of nice plates, trays, etc.) Highly recommended even if you know how your camera works, you learn a lot because you can ask 1-1 everything right away.

Laura van Driel

Get started with photography and create the perfect picture!

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Podcast about food photography and entrepreneurship

The podcast about starting and running a food photography business.
How to start, what to expect, how to set your goals.
I share with you my experiences, my knowledge and hope to give you a boost of inspiration.

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