How to use social media to grow your food brand!
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by Kimberly Espinel, George Hepher
6d ago
In today's episode (138) of the EAT, CAPTURE, SHARE podcast, I'm chatting with the founder of George's Bakery and author of the Sunday Times bestselling cookbook Rebel Bakes, George Hepher. We talk about how George started his business, how he pushed the boundaries to develop his own style and how to feel more comfortable on social media just being yourself. This episode will have you dreaming of tapping into your entrepreneurial spirit and making a mark on social media! Here's what else you can expect from today's episode... George introduces himself. George explains how he grew his large so ..read more
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Mini Episode | Can you do it all?
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by Kimberly Espinel
2w ago
In this week’s mini solo episode (136) of the EAT, CAPTURE, SHARE podcast, I am exploring whether it’s possible to ‘do it all’ in today’s social media era. I outline different working models to allow you to meet the demand for content creation whilst optimising your food photography or food blogging business. PLUS I outline what I’d focus on if I were starting out today!  Here's exactly what you can expect from today's episode... I share some exciting news! I outline what the social media landscape was like when I started The Little Plantation 10 years ago. I explain a key factor that in ..read more
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Can you do it all?
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by Kimberly Espinel
1M ago
In this week’s mini solo episode (136) of the EAT, CAPTURE, SHARE podcast, I am exploring whether it’s possible to ‘do it all’ in today’s social media era. I outline different working models to allow you to meet the demand for content creation whilst optimising your food photography or food blogging business. PLUS I outline what I’d focus on if I were starting out today!  Here's exactly what you can expect from today's episode... I share some exciting news! I outline what the social media landscape was like when I started The Little Plantation 10 years ago. I explain a key factor that in ..read more
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Working with a food stylist
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by Kimberly Espinel, Alicja Sieronski
1M ago
In today's BONUS episode (135) of the EAT, CAPTURE, SHARE podcast, I'm chatting with London-based food photographer, food stylist (and former online FOUNDATION course student!) Alicja Sieronski. We talk about the secrets behind how to style your food to perfection, what it's like working with a food stylist on a photo shoot and how the Foundation Course helped launch Alicja on her career as a food photographer and stylist. Alicja's insights into food styling and working with a team will inspire you to view your next photo shoot in a whole new light. Here's what else you can expect from today ..read more
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How to hone your food photography style
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by Kimberly Espinel, Darina Kopcok
2M ago
In today's BONUS episode (134) of the EAT, CAPTURE, SHARE podcast, I'm talking with food photographer and food photography teacher, Darina Kopcok. We chat about how to stay true to your own food photography style while still appealing to a variety of clients, the difference between finding your style and finding your artistic voice and how cultural heritage informs your stylistic choices. Keep a pen nearby as this episode is full of practical tips! Here's what else you can expect from today's episode... Darina introduces herself. Darina explains why formally studying photography may be essent ..read more
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Building a lasting food photography career
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by Kimberly Espinel, Emma Croman
2M ago
In today's episode (133) of the EAT, CAPTURE, SHARE podcast, I'm talking with food, lifestyle and documentary photographer Emma Croman.  We chat about how to cultivate your unique style in your photography, why 'niching down' isn't best for everyone and how to succeed in magazine photography.  Emma's encouraging words and professional insights will inspire you to explore your own creative photography areas.  Here's what else you can expect from today's episode... Emma introduces herself. Emma explains how she got started as a photographer. Emma reveals how she found the courage ..read more
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How to create great Reels!
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by Kimberly Espinel, Adrian Per (OMGAdrian)
3M ago
In today's episode (132) of the EAT, CAPTURE, SHARE podcast, I'm chatting with California-based filmmaker and photographer Adrian Per, who has created content for Little Nas X, Nike and many more. We talk about the power of storytelling in videography, how to incorporate authenticity into your food photography and videography, and how to create content that stands out on social media. Get ready to take notes because this episode is packed full of tips that you won't want to miss!  Here's what else you can expect from today's episode... Adrian introduces himself. Adrian shares how changin ..read more
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Mini episode | Book reveal + your Instagram questions answered!
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by Kimberly Espinel
3M ago
In today’s mini solo episode (131) of the EAT, CAPTURE, SHARE podcast, I am finally revealing the title and the topic of my new book! PLUS I answer your most frequently asked Instagram questions!   Here's exactly what you can expect from today's episode... I share how I got approached by a publishing house. I note how I decide whether to say yes or no to a project. I reveal the title and topic of my new book! I explain how using the strategies in my book made a huge difference to my Instagram growth! I share my honest thoughts about the book’s visuals and content! I outline exactly where ..read more
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AI & food photography - All you need to know
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by Kimberly Espinel, Teri Campbell
4M ago
In this week's episode (130) of the EAT, CAPTURE, SHARE podcast, I'm talking with commercial food and beverage photographer and AI creative Teri Campbell, who has shot for well-known brands such as Procter&Gamble and Wendy’s, to name but a few. In this conversation, we talk about all things AI and how it pertains to food photography! Should we be worried that AI will take over and make our roles as food photographers redundant? OR is AI something to embrace wholeheartedly?   We chat about all this and lots more within the world of food photography and AI! If AI is something you’re co ..read more
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The biggest food photography & Instagram trends for 2024
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by Kimberly Espinel, Penny De Los Santos, Lina Jabbari
4M ago
In today's episode (129) of the EAT, CAPTURE, SHARE podcast, I'm looking into the year ahead with photographer, director and content creator Penny De Los Santos and recipe developer, content creator and health coach Lina Jabbari. We predict THE trends that will dominate the world of food blogging, food photography and food content creation in 2024!   Here's what else you can expect from today's episode... I share some exciting news! Lina and Penny introduce themselves. Penny makes predictions about AI.  We discuss shifts in videography trends on Reels and TikTok that YOU need to kno ..read more
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