10 Amazing Ice Cream Scoop Photos for Summer

Raspberry Dark Chocolate Frozen Yogurt Photo

Copyright Maria and Josh Lichty {http://www.twopeasandtheirpod.com/}

Summer time and ice cream. In this post, we look at 10 amazing ice cream photos and you can learn from them a lot about composition, food styling and prop styling. Take a look at the rest of the ice cream photos and learn how to compose a great ice cream scoop photo. Observe these photos and understand the elements of food photography. Here are the photos:

 10 Amazing Ice Cream Scoop Photos for Summer

Berry Lovely Strawberry Balsamic Photo

Copyright Sabine Ketzler {http://berry-lovely.blogspot.co.nz/}

 

Homemade Blackberry Ice Cream

Copyright Todd Porter and Diane Cu {http://whiteonricecouple.com/}

 

Apricot Ice Cream with Thyme

Copyright Joanna Basista {http://cioccolatogatto.blox.pl/}

 

 

Devil's Cheesecake Ice Cream

Copyright TiffanyAzure {http://cremedelacrumb.blogspot.gr/}

 

Dessert Ice Cream

Copyright Yuki Sugiura {www.yukisugiura.com}

 

Plum & Bourbon Swirl

Copyright Emily {http://fiveandspice.com/}

 

Brandy Vanila

Copyright Kita {http://passthesushi.com/}

 

Pink Chocolate Flecked

Copyright Rachel Jane {http://twolovesstudio.com/}

Ice Cream List

Copyright Cenk Sönmezsoy {http://cafefernando.com}

6 Quick Steps on How to Improve Photography Using This List

Here they are:

  1. Learn how to read a photograph
  2. Analyze these photographs
  3. Try to recreate them on your own
  4. Compare your photo with the original photo from the list
  5. See what’s missing
  6. Repeat 2-5 until you are satisfied

Your Ice Cream Scoops Photographs

In the comments below, tell us this:

  1. Have you taken ice cream scoops photos before?
  2. How was your experience?
  3. What has stopped you from making ice cream photos?

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Comments

  1. Thanks again for some beautiful pictures. In fact I have some sorbet pictures and enjoyed the challenges it poses.

  2. Hello,
    In the last photo the copy right is credited to sugarandcloth.com
    However that photo belongs to my friend Cenk Sonmezsoy.
    And this photo is in his website, here you can check:
    http://cafefernando.com/pomegranate-frozen-yogurt/

    I’ll let him know as well. In case he let sugarandcloth.com to use his own photo.
    Wanted to let you know, too.

    Sincerely,

  3. I enjoy photographing frozen desserts, it is definitely one of the more challenging subjects in food photography but nevertheless a good learning experience.

  4. No matter, its summer or winter, I love ice cream. Strawberry flavor is my favorite. Whenever, I go for Ice cream, strawberry is must part of my order. Thanks for sharing these beautiful shots. It just made me crazy.

  5. I haven’t taken ice cream photos before but after this post I’m definitely inspired to try!

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