Social media is full of food photos and now one Massachusetts restaurant will actually teach you how to snap better pics of your meals.

If you think your food photo taking skills are lacking, you can improve them...with a new class being held at Rosebud American Kitchen & Bar in Somerville.

According to, Rosebud actually holds classes where you learn how to take the perfect photo of your meal, edit it and then share it on social media. It seems to be for iphone users only, but apparently they sold out their first class and nearly sold out the second.

The class will cost you $75 and runs for 90 minutes. You also get drinks and food (to take picture of presumably) and a portion of ticket sales goes to the Greater Boston Food Bank.

It's all taught by Brian Samuels, a Boston-area photographer who also runs a food driven Instagram called MyFoodThoughts.

A delicious spread prepared by rockstar chef @karencake for today's shoot at @myersandchang. (📷 for @thefoodlens)

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If you are very into taking photos of your food for everyone to see, this might be the class for you. I mean Rosebud themselves have some very yummy looking pictures on their Instagram, so I guess they know what they're talking about.

What came first, the chicken or the waffle?

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