Get in the holiday spirit as we show you how to take delicious pictures this Thanksgiving with these expert tips for holiday food photography.
Food photography is perhaps the fastest-growing genre of photography, thanks to the rise blogging, smartphones and television shows like the Great British Bake Off and Masterchef. But getting the right look in your pictures of food is no easy task. There’s more to food photography than simply snapping your plate, and below we’ve rounded up 10 essential food photography tips to help your images look more professional.
Some New York restaurants have had enough with diners snapping pictures of their food, and have imposed an outright ban on this, even if they’re just using their phone to grab a quick snap…
In our latest Professional Photographer to the Rescue post, we serve up food photography tips you can use to shoot stunning still life photography with minimal fuss.
Feeling festive with less than a week to go to Christmas? Our Christmas food photography tips offer some fun photo ideas for delicious images this holiday season…
A lot of cool images and fun technique ideas pass through our inboxes, but rarely do they come with such punning potential.
If you think the annual pancake toss is flipping boring, why not avoid all the usual crepe and take a page out of your cookbook.
Author of My Cooking Hut, Leemei, has combined her two passions – food, and photography – to create one of the most beautiful food blogs on the web. Focusing on Asian and French cooking, My Cooking Hut distinguishes itself through it’s beautiful photography; one of the reasons for its popularity. We caught up with Leemei to discuss her passion for photography.
Turn fruit and veg into photo art – all you need it a light box and a very sharp knife. Follow this food photography project to create stunning pictures for your kitchen wall.