- Thursday, 26 May 2011
- Category: Photography
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A great food photograph can do a lot of things – it can make a viewer hungry, it can convince a diner to order a dish and it can sell a lot of food and recipe books. But knowing how to photograph food to get great results requires a specific knowledge of what works best and what looks terrible.
Food photography takes the same skill set that a "still life" photographer should have. Strong composition, interesting perspectives and lighting skills. Food speaks to several senses at the same time and the challenge is to bring out the aromas in the picture.
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