Interview with Jenn Oliver

This is our first interview of new food photographers who have created lot of great photographs in the short time they have been photographing. We start this series with Jenn Oliver from

Jenn is food blogger and amazing photographer. She started her gluten-free food blog in 2008. You can learn about Jenn by visiting her blog.

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In this podcast we talk about:

  1. How Jenn got started into food photography
  2. How she learned and improved her food photography
  3. How Jenn finds time with her full time job
  4. Tips to improve your food photography

  • I loved the interview. I am new to food blogging and food photography. I have been following Jen for a while and really love her work. Thanks for setting up this interview, I learned a lot. I will definitely listen to the next one as well. Fixing the problems that I have with under and overexposure is top of my list of things to do. I hope to hear some suggestions in future posts.

  • Simon

    Great interview, thanks guys! I like Jenn’s work a lot, I look forward to reading her blog when she returns from her blog sabatical.

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