Taking great food photos in low light can be really frustrating, but it doesn't need to be. With these five tips, you'll be able to shoot in a very dark room and still create beautiful images.
With these nine food photography composition techniques you'll be able to add an extra zing to your photos.
Let’s talk about camera angles for food photography! They can literally make or break a photo. And you didn’t style that beautiful dish to fall flat because of the wrong camera angle, right?
a photo of a chestnut pie on moss for arcticle How to read photos so you can improve your food photography by Anja Burgar from Use Your Noodles blog
A game-changin trick for food and drink photography. Sometimes you need to shoot a perfect shoot and this trick really helps!
Are you just as in love with action shots in food photography as I am? Do you struggle with catching the right moment and have problems with perfect timing. You're in the right place!
Watch my food styling process of this shrimp pasta dish from start to finish in a time-lapse.
There is so much photography equipment out there but is all that necessary to create beautiful food photos. No, definitely not! Today, I’m sharing a few food photography equipment essentials, that I feel are necessary to produce great shots.
there are so many choices for free or really cheap backdrops that there's no need to go for expensive stuff.
I've gathered some common mistakes in food photography and added some simple fixes that will take your food photography to the next level.
These five easy tips and tricks will help you get better at dark and moody food photography and create jaw-dropping still life moody shots.
START NOW

Take my Free 3-Day Master Of Light e-Course and start taking better food photos now.

MASTER LIGHT LIKE A PRO!

START NOW

and start taking better food photos now.

Take my Free 3-Day Master Of Light e-Course

MASTER LIGHT LIKE A PRO!

GET MY FOOD PHOTOGRAPHY PLANNING
WORKSHEET FOR FREE.