How to Use Sketches for Planning Your Food Photos – Special Interview with Prerna Singh

Interview with Prerna

Prerna Singh is a food blogger who started her blog about three years. Prerna has improved her food photography in very short time. In this podcast, our guest shares with us how she learned food photography and how she uses sketches for planning food photo shoots.

Carefully note how she uses her time being a mom and still produces an amazing photograph after cooking, writing a blog and taking care of the family.

In this podcast, you will learn:

  • The correct way to learn food photography
  • Why it is so important to learn about your camera
  • What are some settings you should absolutely know about your camera
  • How to study a food photograph
  • How Prerna plans her food photography
  • Prerna’s food photography workflow
  • How to use sketches for planning your food photo shoot

Press play to learn how to plan your food photos

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Jalebi Photo Shoot

Prerna explains how she started thinking about this photo. She talks about her process of sketching and how she used that in this process.

Indian Food Photo

Chicken Curry Photo Shoot

Chicken Food Photograph

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One Lesson From This Interview

What was the most surprising lesson you learned from this interview? Leave a detailed comment below with what you learned from this interview.

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