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Posted by oneslidephotogaraphy On November - 19 - 2016
Food Photography for Newbie

Food Photography for Newbie

1. Organize/ construct the placement of your subjects.

First thing you need to do is of course to prepare the subjects/ food you’re going to photograph. Even if the photography technique is top notch, if the food isn’t constructed well and is all over the place, the results won’t look delicious.

When organizing the food placement, cleanliness of the surrounding needs to be closely paid attention to. Use props like tablecloths, eating utensils, and other decorative ornaments that will complement the presentation of your subject. Read the rest of this entry »

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