The internet is flooded with food photography. What was once a niche for only professionals, food photography has turned into a hobby for foodies and amateur photographers alike. I'm dedicating this post to all the bloggers who devotedly photograph food, but end up feeling like the real thing looked better than the photograph.
I don't want to build to high of expectations; after reading this post you will not become certified food photographers, but you will be able to come out with some tips and you'll definitely be able to improve (if even slightly) your photographs.
1 camera (preferably SLR)
1 macro lens
2-3 light reflectors, sliver and gold
1 (or more) windows
The most important thing is that food photography needs natural light (or studio flash's if you are really intent on investing). I know that alot of people prepare food in the evening and really want to photograph it with the camera's flash, but I'm sorry- I don’t have a solution...
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