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1 Great Way To Spice Up Your Food Photography

Written by Sasha Bell

Do you ever get stuck with your food photography? Do you ever wonder how you can spice things up?

Well, what we are about to share with you is going to make all the difference to your food shots!

In our Hot Tips For Indoor Photography eBook we go into great depth showing you  how to EASILY compose your food photographs, and reduce 50% of your composition time. With simple and easy to understand tips, you can immediately start creating gorgeous food shots.

If you want to take your food photograph to the next level this Indoor Photography ebook is for you.

Now onto the serious #1 tip…

The #1 GREAT Tip for Food Photography

When you photograph the same subject frequently, it’s easy to run out of ideas, what we do to make each food photograph look unique, is we use different surfaces. Here are some example for you:

Coconut Balls - Day 220/365

When you photograph light coloured food, set it off by using a wood surface.

Meringues - Day 3/260

You can use napkins like we did for this photograph.

Easter Cupcakes - Day 183/365

Wrapping paper is also great to make food photographs look different.

Other Surfaces you can use…

There are always lots of surfaces you can use, many of which are already in your house! The catch is looking for them, and making them work…!

So start looking, and taking some test shots so you can see what works and what doesn’t work.

Do You Have Any Questions?

We hope you enjoyed this blog post and found it helpful – if you did, feel free to leave a comment below or ask us any questions you might have so that we can answer them in a another blog post for you and everyone else!

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