Covering an area of 300 square metres, Studio Cucina offers professional solutions in all elements of your projects pivoted on food. Our studio includes meeting and office areas and hosts a working environment for different concepts with two special kitchens designed entirely for food photography and video shoots; the prop room with more than 2000 items and the carpentry atelier provide backing for the studio’s innovative team.
We support your visual and written content with experienced names in the domain of food publication. With our experienced editors you will be able to express yourself with ease over a wide spectrum, from preparing books and food programmes to creating the content for a web site …
Our team is here to give novel inspirations for your brand, producing boutique recipes to broaden the area of use for your products and to increase memorability. While your visibility increases with recipes prepared specifically for you, your products will have the opportunity to be used by an even wider market.
All over the world there is an increasing interest in food photography… Previously there was a need for food and drink photography only in magazines and advertising campaigns, but now with the demand for imagery and reduction in costs it has a really wide area of use. We now wish to see a photograph of every product we purchase and every dish we order and get a detailed idea of them with this image.
Of course in the meantime we must not forget web publishing! Despite the never ending need for photographs on innumerable blogs, let alone the portals and sites with corporate broadcasting, the number of people able to take photographs of food and drink are relatively few. The real reason for this is that food does not take very kindly to the basic principles of photography and requires a special light. Therefore if we wish to achieve appetising photographs we have to learn the techniques and the basics. In our workshop you will have the opportunity to learn invaluable tips on the subject as well as finding out by experimenting and practice the answer to the question, ‘How does one take a photograph of food?’