… what quality is essential to improve you photography?
And we’ve got a lot of different response. Some have said, its practice. Others have said vision. Still others have said basics are essential to improve photography. All of you have given many different answers.
Want to improve your food photography? Read quick. 29 tips to improve your food photography.
In last few months, we have heard from some great food photographers, chefs and food stylists. They shared with us how they advanced in food photography and gave us some very practical and useful tips that we all can use when we take food photos. Read on for 11 food photography tips.
41 Awesome Food Photography Tips from Food Bloggers Connect #FBC10 – Part 1: Lighting for Food Photography
Two great food photographers, Mowie Kay (read his food photography interview) and Meeta Khurana (read her interview on how to become better food photographer and choosing a background for your food photo) spoke about food photography in Food Blogger Connect. If you were not able to be in the audience, I bet you wanted to. Me too. So here are some great tips from these two outstanding photographers, courtesy @mayssamaha.
Food plating is a critical part of food photography. A great photographer may take great landscapes and jaw dropping wildlife photographs, but if the food is not plated well, there are very limited things a photographer can do. Understanding what makes a dish look appealing is not only crucial for a photographer but, in my opinion, mandatory.
Workshops are great way to learn, in fact in some workshop you always learn more and retain better with hands on training. Penny De Los Santos conducted a food photography workshop in Seattle on December 11th 2009. In this post I am sharing 4 important lessons that I learnt from this workshop.