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. Professional food photography is a collaborative effort, usually involving an art director, a photographer, a food stylist, a prop stylist and their assistants.
Here is some tips & tutorial collection for you guys.
In this tutorial they covered almost everything about Food Photography like Cameras, lenses and tripods, JPEG vs RAW, Shooting Tethered, Lighting, Bounces and scrims, White Balance, Controlling Reflections and highlights, My approach to composition and styling and My approach to getting a shot fast.
We’ve all done it before. Taken a photo of a delicious meal only to have it turn out looking ugly and not edible. Hopefully these 10 food photography tips will help you take a more tasty-looking food photo next time.
Best Food Photography Tips From 3 Pro Photographers
Food photography is a hot topic these days, as many cooks love to snap shots of their food for friends on Facebook and Twitter. Even if you don’t keep a blog or photograph food as a hobby, you may want to share that birthday cake you made or the lasagna from last weekend.
Food Blogging today is no longer just having great recipes and writing, you have to have the pictures to go with it. As a professional food photographer, I want to help you learn to take better pictures of your food! As you have probably noticed, great food pictures don’t just happen.
If you dilly-dally around Food, trying to photograph it instead of eating it, its defense mechanism kicks in. It immediately looks terrible in pictures, forcing you to give up, put down the camera, and eat the Food. Natural selection at work.
Every once in awhile I’ll get a question about how I take my food pictures. I always feel that a comment reply or a tweet aren’t descriptive enough. Everyday I’m inspired by other food photographers and food bloggers and I am extremely humbled to hear, read and see that I’ve inspired others.
Many of you have asked about my Food Photography Gear, so here’s the run-down how I take and process some of the photos on the blog, as well as the equipment that I use. The following is a summary of the equipment I use, as well as a discussion of what techniques I use to get the shots for the site.
Yes! Tips on Food Photography! I have been following her blog for quite a while and I am always very very impressed by all her dessert shots! They look so yummy that I wish I could take them off the screen and have a bite!