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?

 

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

  • 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,

    • Please let us know about it and we’ll gladly correct it.

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

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

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