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Using Natural Light For Authentic Looking Food Photography
Setting up your studio to photograph food is a little different than setting up for portraits. One of the big…
DIY Food Photography Background For Under $50
One item that you need to really take your food photography to another level is a quality background. A popular choice is to shoot on large wood cutting boards or similar objects because wood can go with almost any food and add character to the shot. Today I am going to show you how to make your own quality double sided wood background for under $50.
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.