Time for part 3 of the restaurant food photography series. We covered off etiquette in part 1, and getting the most out of dining with family and friends in part 2. So part 3 is all about tips and tricks for getting your best photos when you’re not in control of your surroundings. The good news? There’s a whole host of things you can do
This is part 2 in my three part series on restaurant food photography. In part 1 I covered etiquette when photographing in restaurants. In part 3 I’ll cover tips and tricks to make the most of conditions you can’t control. But, today, we’re going to look at dining with friends and family. I don’t eat out anywhere near as much as people seem to
After photographing the delicious salted caramel chocolate cookies on the weekend, I had a few shots that really highlighted the effect a simple reflector can have on a photo and I thought this would be a good opportunity for a food photography tip. What is a reflector? First things first, right? What exactly is a reflector? Well, in a nutshell, it’s anything the reflects light!