MidAtlantic Wine + Food Festival Features 23 Educational Sessions

Learn how to snap the best food photos and more at this fest

Photo by Joel Plotkin Photography

Make the most of your MidAtlantic Wine + Food Festival experience May 14-18 by attending some of the 23 educational courses led by chefs, winemakers and experts from around the globe. All of the courses happen May 17 at the DoubleTree Downtown Wilmington. Check out sessions such as Mastering Food Porn, where you’ll learn the best and worst ways to take pictures of food. Professional photographers Joel Plotkin and Jim Graham will show you some simple tricks that will kick your food photography up a notch. Bring your cell phone, point-and-shoot, or fancy DSLR for an exciting hour of learning you’re sure to enjoy.
 There are courses on cooking and, dare we say, drinking, too. Check out the offerings at mawff.org/marketplace.


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Mark Nardone
Wilmington, DE

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