Day 10: Add Variety in Your Food Photography Portfolio by Breaking the Pattern– 31 Days of Food Photography Tips

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What is your favorite camera angle? Is it top down? or is it 45 degree? Do you take photos in vertical frame mostly? or do you use horizontals more?

This post is about getting out of a rut.

Day 5: Do the Compositional Dance with Your Next Food Photo – 31 Days of Food Photography Tips

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You may have the best camera and the best lens and the coolest post processing tools, but the art of photography comes down to just one word – composition. In this post, we look at composition and share recommendations on doing the compositional dance.

Day 2: Create Depth in Your Food Photos – 31 Days of Food Photography Tips

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Deep photos engage viewers. These powerful photos draw you in and create an unusual experience by giving your eyes room to explore. In this post, we talk about creating depth in food photographs.

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Understanding Element of Arts to Improve Food Styling and Photography – Part 2: Color, Space and Texture

Textures in Icecream

In this second part of “Understanding Element of Arts to Improve Food Styling and Photography”, we continue our journey to improving our skills. In this post, we look at the remaining three elements of art – color, space and texture. These elements, when used appropriately, can drastically improve your food presentations and photographs.

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Understanding Elements of Art to Improve Food Styling and Photography – Part 1: Line, Shape and Form

Flan Styled

How else would you style this Flan? Would you put a flower or will you use cream? What kind of plate will you use? Circular like this? or a Rectangular plate? What about Penne Pasta? How would you style Penne Pasta? Would you make a giant heap in a plate? What type of plate will choose? Square? or Circular plate?

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