What’s in the bag?
We’ve included a 15-inch photographic reflector and diffuser – it’s the tool which all professional photographers have at the top of their kit bag. It will help you to brighten and enhance both highlights and shadows, and either subtly or dramatically alter the lighting and colour in all of the images you create.
We’ve added a set of four beautifully crafted papers from Black Velvet Styling, the photographic backdrop company set up by stylist Sophie a couple of years ago to provide affordable backdrops for amateurs and professionals to create mouthwatering images of their food and still life creations. They are perfect for transforming a plate of food into a gorgeous image fit for sharing on Instagram and we’ve given you a variety of starter colours and textures to experiment with.
And then we’ve asked renowned phone photographer Matt Inwood to share some of his knowledge on how to get the most from shooting with your phone camera. Matt has been running critically acclaimed phone photography workshops for more than three years. He has created an exclusive set of ten beautiful postcards for Cotton Bag Company, with tips on the reverse of each explaining how to use light, think about composition, choose your background and much, much more.
All of these goodies come housed in a limited-edition bespoke double-sided tote bag, with internal zip pocket. We think it’s the only bag you’ll need to take your photographic creativity to another level.
The bags are available to buy for £39.95 incl. P&P and would make the perfect gift for the foodie and aspiring photographer in your life.
Our Foodie Bags are made with love and care, just like all of our products. We are proud to stock a range oof reusable bags including our fantastic jute bags.
“It’s been great to team up with my friends at Cotton Bag and once more with Sophie for this project. I’ve been shooting with Sophie’s backdrops from her very first creations and love that they inspire the set-ups I create and add to the power of each picture. For the postcards I’ve put together, I’ve distilled some of the best advice I could think of, pulled from years of running photography workshops for more than a thousand people. It’s a thrill to see Cotton Bag unite all of this into a perfect starter kit for any amateur photographer, be they foodie, blogger or keen social snapper and sharer. The resources inside should be ones that you turn to again and again to improve your skills and passion for image making.”
– Matt Inwood –