Thank you all for your comments. In this post, learn about the appetizing art of food photography and legal requirements for food photos. Also, in this post how to shoot miso soup. Do you document what you eat by taking food photos? Read what chefs and restaurateurs think about this habit. All that in this post.
Weekend Food Photography and Styling Reading/Watching
In the last few days, there have been great activity in the area of food photography and styling. It seems that food photography and styling is becoming more mainstream that previous years. Here are some links for weekend reading/watching. Enjoy.
The Appetizing Art of Food Photography – Penny De Los Santos talks about The Appetizing Art of Food Photography at NPR. Read more about appetizing art of food photography.
Legal Requirements of Food Photography – In the video below, listen to some of the legal requirements of food photography. As you will find out, these requirements depend on the industry you are in. Whatever you learn from this video, it is always a good idea to consult a lawyer before you make decisions.
Legal Requirements of Food Photography — from eHow.com
Miso Soup Photo Shoot – Kent Weakley talks about how to shoot miso soup. Soups as you may know are one of the toughest subjects to shoot. This post gives some basics steps on shooting miso soup
10 Food Photography Tips – This article gives some good tips on food photography. Although I don’t agree with all of them (specially #10), these are good tips for those who are just starting in food photography. Read 10 Food Photography Tips. Also see our comprehensive list of food photography tips.
Food Photography for Documenting Dinner – Tempted to take the picture of that dessert you were served? In this article on Huffington Post, restaurant owners and chefs weigh in on this practice of taking food photos for documenting what you ate.
Learn Food Photography Site Updates
Couple of things about the site. I am looking to do some updates in site design, if you have a recommendation for logo, web design, please send to me using the contact me page. Apart from that, I am slowly getting more active on social media (facebook, flickr etc.) and you should see some activity their. Here’s my twitter account if you don’t already have. As I mentioned in previous weekend reading post, the Food Photography eBook that was previously available only to the select group, will be available to everyone soon.
Food Photography and Styling Events
Did you attend a food photography event recently? Is there an upcoming food photography or food styling workshop? We would love to hear about that. Are you organizing a food photography shootout? We would happy to include it in our weekly feature. Leave a comment below or tell us about it by contacting us.