What Participants are Saying
Cheese Photography 101 Success Stories
A series of images by Rachel Kleine of Green Dirt Farm. These images were created during the Cheese Photography 101 Fall 2014 session. Congratulations, Rachel! Your images are fantastic!
A series of images by Pamela Trail of Mt. Townsend Creamery. These images were created during the Cheese Photography 101 Fall 2014 session. Outstanding work, Pam! Enjoyed seeing your photography journey!
The course was incredibly thorough and I learned an amazing amount. Christine has amazing energy and gives you all the tools that she knows that we don't know to improve the display of our cheeses. It was very helpful!"
Lisa Jacobs, Cheesemaker
Jacobs Creamery Chehalis, WA
"I'm thrilled to have taken this class today. The best tips today will help me create that money shot and get consumers excited about the merits of artisan cheese"
Vanessa Simmons, Cheese Sommelier
Savvy Company, Ottowa, CA
August 1, 2014
A high quality image is especially important after winning a major award or being recognized in the community.
Print, digital and broadcast editors are more inclined to tell your story if you can offer images to go along with it.
Having great pictures readily available makes an
interesting story infinitely more intriguing to publishers.
~ Lee Smith, Editor, Cheese Connoisseur
Tarentaise Reserve Featured in the LA Times
It was a thrill to be able to capture this image of 2014 American Cheese Society Best of Show Winner, Tarentaise Reserve from Farms for City Kids in Reading, VT. Having an image attached to a story gets you inside the mind of the viewer. A picture really IS worth a thousand words.
Cheese Photography 101 for
Makers, Mongers & Bloggers
Build Confidence Behind the Lens and Learn Strategies for Creating and Sharing Captivating Images that Attract More Customers & Build Sales
Course Tuition: $349
Spring Workshop Starts April 6th!