Just like us, many of you out there are lovers of the culinary art. Food, as we believe, is not just to satiate hunger pangs – right from choosing ingredients, to the process of making, the mixing of colours and the final arrangement on the table, food photography is the art that celebrates it all. We are all quite adept when it comes to food photography, but often, we end up wishing we could take even better photographs. With that in mind, we list out five key things that you can abide by, to ace your food photography ventures.
Keep your photographs bright
We often find dark tones as a good way to accentuate shadows and textures in our photographs. For food, though, keep it as bright as possible. The essence of food is best captured when you present it in a bright, jaunty way. Make sure the surroundings of…
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