RECENT POSTS IN Food Photography
Sticky Buns for Days – A Simple Natural Light Food Shoot | How We Shot It
Yesterday I posted about some great food photography tips and I wanted to try some of them out. So I grabbed my equipment and setup in my dining room. I wanted to get a shot of something that was delicious, something that could inspire my wife to cook me more goodies. So I chose to shoot one of my wife’s homemade sticky buns.
Half the Calories, Twice the Photographic Fun: Conceptual “Cut Food” Photography by Beth Galton
Food photography is one of those things that I absolutely love to look at, when it’s done right it can make you crave whatever the dish featured is. Normally food photography is all about selling a dish or item to be bought and consumed. Today I came across a very interesting conceptual food shoot by Photographer Beth Galton & Food Stylist Charlotte Omnes, it’s called “Cut Food” and it features a look at food in a way you normally would not see it.
Tips for Better Food Photography
Have you ever seen a picture of food that just makes you drool? Have you ever tried to take pictures of food, but can’t get the result to look appetizing? Then you need to check out this great blog post over on Bumble and Light that is full of great tips to improve your food photography
Constructive Video Critique Ep 5: Importance of Subject Matter over Processing Technique
In this Thanksgiving episode of SLR Lounge Constructive Video Critique, we go over among other things, the importance of having a good subject matter over processing techniques. Good use of compositional technique, lighting, and subject choice can help make a photograph look interesting before adding any post-processing technique such as HDR. To learn more from Post Production Pye, check out the post.
It’s All Been Done Before? – CameraTalk w/ Matthew Saville
As a photographer who participates in many online and in-person communities, one thing I hear a lot of is “it’s all been done before”. Now while that is probably largely true for most, sometimes I have to sit back and wonder….REALLY? Is there absolutely zero left? There’s gotta be something new and different.
Even Pros need a HOBBY – CameraTalk w/ Matthew Saville
A lot of the professional photographers that I know seem to ONLY ever take pictures for money. Â Or even if they’re off the job, they’re still shooting nearly the same thing they always shoot- portraits with (model) brides, or portraits of each other, and maybe the obligatory few snaps at Thanksgiving or Christmas. Â And that’s it! Â No secret passion for random things like food photography, or hummingbird photography.