Food Photography Workshop

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Next workshop with foods and deserts for Easter..!!! Stay tuned……


Food photography workshop for everyone. Small group ,maximum 12 persons.

Bring your DSLR or Mirrorless camera + SD cards

We will address the most important essentials for how to style food effectively and beautifully while also covering how we approach prop selection for a particular shoot.

What you’ll Learn

*how to plan and compose a shot
* basic lighting techniques
* how to frame shots for different mediums (i.e. your blog, instagram, facebook)
* how to set a mood
*how to use props, backdrops and garnishes to help tell your story
* tips for shooting on location – restaurants, events, culinary travel
* how to work towards a zero waste photo shoot (you shoot it, you eat it!)


PhotoShooting at Meteora

Meteora is an ideal place for landscape photoshooting..!!!


The unique beauty of the landscape combined with the wellknown greek sunlight, will give you the chance to return home with some very special landscape pictures.



An endless color palette


Late in the afternoon, or moments before sunset, or even during the day under a big blue sky, either clear or cloudy, you will learn about the little secrets that will enable you to make amazing shots using your own equipment.



Star shooting in a night scene


Sometimes the camera gets more than the eye can see. This rule finds application especially in night shooting. In the evening, under a clear sky, with all the stars shining brightly, you will learn how to create some state of the art exposures.



Learnig about timelapse technique

Meteora Timelapse 1

Meteora Timelapse 2


You will be able to capture the orbit of the stars during the night, or the movement of the clouds during the day, by learning the basics of timelapse technique.


All this and much more, if you join me at the next photoseminar at Meteora.

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written by

Michalis Magnisalis, Photographer & Film Director

Photos by Semitsoglou Ioannis © 2018

Meteora is….

Meteora is unique sight to visit


Meteora is a rock formation in central Greece, hosting one of the largest and most precipitously built complexes of Eastern Orthodox monasteries, second in importance only next to Mount Athos. The six monasteries are built on immense natural pillars and hill-like rounded boulders, that dominate the local area. It is located near the town of Kalambaka, at the northwestern edge of the Plain of Thessaly near the Pineios river and Pindus Mountains.



Meteora is included on the UNESCO World Heritage List under criteria I, II, IV, V and VII.

The name “Meteora” means “lofty”, “elevated”, and is etymologically related to “meteor”. It is attributed to the founder of the Grand Meteora Monastery, Saint Athanasios the Meteorite, who named so the broader Stone, which he first ascended in 1344.




How was Meteora created

According to the theory of the German geologist Philipsson, who visited Greece in the late 19th century, the creation of these enormous bulwarks, was due to the concentration of river boulders and limestone rocks, that for millions of years poured into the sea area, that then covered the region of Thessaly.




The geological changes through the ages, lifted and excited this part, when the water was removed to the Aegean Sea. Thus, later in the tertiary period of the alpine, ridges of the Pindus mountain range, this big rock was cut off from its compact form, creating smaller ones, those that are present today, including the valley of Pinios river. It is said, that fossilized shellfish have also been found on their peaks.




The wild and at some points inaccessible landscape, was a convenient place for the Christian ascetics, who settled in the area in a time not exactly known. Meteora, due to their morphology, offered during the Ottoman domination, an ideal refuge for monasticism and saved monuments of civilization and works of post-Byzantine art. In the early 19th century, many monasteries were ravaged by Ali Pasha’s army.

written by

Michalis Magnisalis, Photographer & Film Director

Photos by Semitsoglou Ioannis © 2018