To solve the issue of Instagram food pics gone wrong, Israel's Carmel Winery came up with a fab idea. According to Buzzfeed, the winery teamed up with Tel Aviv restaurant Catit to offer restaurant patrons special "Instagrammable meals" on certain nights.
Those meals come served on a set of innovative dishware, crafted by ceramic design artist Adi Nassani, that are designed to make food look attractive. There's also a built-in stand for phones.
There are two types of plating used for the event. The 'Limbo' has a high backdrop design for shooting still photography and cuts out "background interference." Meanwhile, the '360' is a revolving plate designed to shoot footage of food.
Guests who attend an Instagrammable meal event are also treated to a smartphone food photography workshop taught by top food photographer Dan Perez. The events are so popular that the rest of workshops are already fully booked with an ever-growing wait list.
Buzzfeed reported that each Foodography experience costs $155 per hour, and the winery encourages diners to show off their pics on Instagram by using the hashtag #fdgr. Considering that the winery wants to take the concept international, it's possible that we could see these classes going down outside of Israel. Possibly in the U.S.? Fingers crossed.