They say every photo tells a story. But what is story telling? How do you tell a story? This professional food photographer will share how to do just that. How to shoot raw food? You love photography gear don’t you? This professional photographer tells us about her photography gear.
Lets Welcome Clare Barboza
Clare Barboza (visit her portfolio and find her ) is a professional food photographer and has been photographing for more than 17years. Her specialty is documentary food photography and she loves telling stories with her photography. In this interview Clare shares a lot of great information. This includes:
Basic Elements of a Great Food Photo
The Basic elements of a great photo are great light and great composition. These two elements are the core of any photograph. Other things include color and sharp photo or proper focusing.
Steps for Shooting Raw Food
- Find what fruit or vegetable are you drawn into.
Pick up a feature that you like. Is it the texture or the color or the shape? Or something else?
- Start playing with prop styling. Try different dishes and props.
Other Awesome Topics in This Interview
The Step by Step Process of Shooting for a Cookbook
How to Tell a Story with Photography
What Camera and Lenses Does She Use
And Much More…
Listen to her interview by clicking below.
Soon I’ll upload a higher quality version of this interview along with some more notes.
Please don’t hesitate to say hi to Clare Barboza on twitter @clarebarboza and if you found this helpful feel free to give her feedback. As mentioned in the interview, feel free to contact her if you would like to learn more about food photography or need feedback on your photos.
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All photos copyright of Clare Barboza and should not be used without her permission.