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5 Ways To Improve Your Food Photography
5 Ways To Improve Your Food Photography
Your food photos should be as delectable to the eyes as the dish is to the taste buds. You want to sell that dish—let the aromas, flavors and textures jump out of the image onto the viewer’s mental dinner table. Food photography is something of an art form and takes a lot of time, consideration, and tweaking.
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How to Create Cosmic Photos and Timelapses with a Sheet of Glass
How to Create Cosmic Photos and Timelapses with a Sheet of Glass
What do you get when you combine condensed milk, food coloring, and hydrogen peroxide? No, not your favorite holiday cookie recipe, but rather a stellar way to make cosmic effects.
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15 Photos of Food That Will Make You Hungry
15 Photos of Food That Will Make You Hungry
Food photography is a still life specialization of commercial photography, aimed at producing attractive photographs of food for use in advertisements, packaging, menus or cookbooks. In this article we’re gonna show you some examples of food photography that will make you hungry immediately. Bon appetit!
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Lighting Techniques for Professional Food Photography
Lighting Techniques for Professional Food Photography
For William Brinson, it’s all about the details. In fact, it’s the attention he innately gives the details that made him one of the country’s premier food photographers. Having graduated Savannah School of Design, Brinson moved to New York City to pursue a dream of becoming a fashion photographer
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10 Ways to Improve Your Photography in 30 Days
10 Ways to Improve Your Photography in 30 Days
One great way to work on your skills and to help with learning about the opportunities that exist everywhere is to simply take some time and work on shooting still life images in your own house or apartment. You can photograph things like flowers, food, jewelry, toys, or really any household item.
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Food Photography Workflow, Tips, and Techniques
Food Photography Workflow, Tips, and Techniques
In his 1 1/2 hour long seminar, professional food photographer, Robert Jacobs, teaches viewers how to create decadent food portraits from concept to completion.
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Street Food Photography Tips
Street Food Photography Tips
In the past decade, food photography has exploded more than any other discipline. Camera phones have improved rapidly, and now scrolling through a Facebook feed feels like reading Martha Stewart’s personal blog. Everyone has suddenly realized how exciting it is to capture North America’s great national pastime: Eating!
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Photography Panoramic Proposal Idea
Photography Panoramic Proposal Idea
Most people who have been seriously bitten by the photography bug develop a desire to incorporate photography into other endeavors in life — from travelling to food preparation to child rearing, etc. So why not combine it with the once-in-a-lifetime act of proposing marriage to a special someone?
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Food Photography Masterclass
Food Photography Masterclass
Food photography is everywhere! You can see it the streets, in restaurants, supermarkets, hotels, magazines, cook books, cafés, a million places. So why not take this intensive (and really fast) food photography masterclass, provided by worldwide-known chef Jamie Oliver and his personal assistant photographer David Loftus?
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Food Photography Tips: See How McDonald's Does It
Food Photography Tips: See How McDonald's Does It
Ever notice how the food you buy from McDonald’s tends to look a bit well, underwhelming, compared to the giant-sized photographs of their burgers they use on their menus?
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Professional Food Photography Using Natural Light
Professional Food Photography Using Natural Light
Pro Photographer demonstrates how to make fake steam on the soup and use diffusion for great lighting
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How to Photograph Food to Make the Viewer Drool
How to Photograph Food to Make the Viewer Drool
Hans-on Introduction to Food Photography. Article is written by Sasha Gitin: One of the top food photographers in New York
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Food Photography: Recipe for a Great Image
Food Photography: Recipe for a Great Image
Of all the types of photography that I am involved with I seem to get more questions about food photography than just about everything else combined.
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Wedding Reception Photography Tips
Wedding Reception Photography Tips
You are responsible for documenting the festivities at the reception; the speeches, the dancing, the food and drinks and the joyous atmosphere. It is your job to document the details of the environment.
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How to Take Food Photography in Restaurants
How to Take Food Photography in Restaurants
We’ve all been there. Sitting in a dark, corner table of a fantastic restaurant, wishing that we had more light, so we didn’t have to use that terrible built-in flash. There are some easy solutions to this.
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