Ever tried copying a recipe in a cook book and wonder why the final product we prepare rarely looks as good as the sample photo?
Food is one of the most interesting and challenging subject in photography. The great images we see in cookbooks are not casual snapshots but a work of art that was planned and conceptualized before the first piece of ingredient gets chopped or sauteed.
Here’s a useful and practical tutorial video by Chris Marquardt on how to take food photographs cheaply and practically anywhere you are.
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As you probably know, food photography is more about planning, styling and choosing the proper composition for a scene more than the technicalities behind the camera.
As complex as the genre may be, it's also one of the most accessible subject matter anyone can get into and be good at, especially for the photographer who wants to avoid getting too technical.
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