Food photography is the best. Your models never cancel a shoot at the last minute, never feel too stressed or shy, and you can eat ‘em all in the end!
But it all sounds so easy only to those who haven’t tried to make a decent food photo.
You’ll need lot’s of space, props, gear and patience. In this aspect, it’s not that different from any other photography work.
Still, there are some things quite specific to this genre, and in this article I gathered 9 useful tips which will save your time and will bring your food photos to the next level. And what is “next level”? It’s when you look at your photo and a “Wow!” comes out of you.
So what can we do to make it happen?