How to Improve Your Food Photos – Interview with Christina Peters

In today’s episode, we talk to a photographer who has worked with McDonald’s, Burger King, Domino’s and many other well known food companies. She has been a judge on Top Chef too. She loves to teach and has been photographing since she was 8 years old.

Interview with Christina Peters

In this 60-min episode Christina tell us her story about how she got started, how she almost became a Chemist and how she became successful food photographer.

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Comments

  1. bart wera luczak says:

    great interview

  2. im actually sooo addicted to all these interviews, especially after season one..
    the appetite grows with what it feeds on

  3. Thanks for sharing this inspiring interview, I listened twice!

    PS: if if it possible, could you ask for next interviews the daily routine of your guests? I think is very inspiring to learn how “productive” people use their time properly…

  4. Anonymous says:

    Great interview with great tips! This can really help a lot for us who just love getting food photos for facebook, not knowing about the techniques that can further enhance the photo presentation. Thanks.

  5. I enjoy this blog, and recently (within the past 2 years) have really focused my efforts in photography to food and the culinary arts. This website, along with the many interviews has really helped spark some ideas. I am great with the technical side, I teach photography classes, but getting the ideas and suggestions for the food specific side really has helped.

    Great interview, and thanks.

    Shanw

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