Category: Food

How do you do food photography?

September 23, 2021, 02:27, asked: 💨🌊 landscape

Here are some tips for getting started.

  1. Take photos under natural light. Do not use overhead lights or lamps or your built-in flash. ...
  2. Move around to find the best light source. Don't feel confined to taking photos in your kitchen. ...
  3. Try taking photos from multiple angles. ...
  4. Minimize clutter.
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What is needed for food photography?

September 22, 2021, 08:08, asked: Konstantin Photo

The Must-Have Food Photography Equipment

  • Prime lens. Prime lenses deliver crisp, sharp, and realistic photos that make dishes and desserts virtually jump off the screen or page. ...
  • Tripod. ...
  • Tripod arm extender. ...
  • Lighting kit. ...
  • Color correction card. ...
  • Backdrops.
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Do you need a full-frame for food photography?

September 21, 2021, 06:43, asked: Travellovers_zinnat

If you want to photograph food professionally, go for a full-frame camera if your budget allows for this. Buy a used one from a reputable dealer, if you can't afford to buy a new device. If you're shooting in-studio, you will need to have two cameras with you, in case one of them malfunctions....

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Why is food photography so hard?

September 19, 2021, 15:15, asked: KS Mobile Clicks

Food photography is REALLY hard. Product photography is tricky business, and food photography is one of the hardest forms of product photography. In addition to using quite a bit of gear and a great deal of specialized knowledge and experience, product photographers also do a lot of post-processing on their images....

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How do you make good food photography?

September 19, 2021, 06:02, asked: Tommy Smithurst

Tips for taking great food photos

  1. Take photos under natural light. Do not use overhead lights or lamps or your built-in flash. ...
  2. Move around to find the best light source. Don't feel confined to taking photos in your kitchen. ...
  3. Try taking photos from multiple angles. ...
  4. Minimize clutter.
...

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What is the best aperture for food photography?

September 19, 2021, 04:07, asked: photography

Use a large aperture by setting a low f/stop like f/2.8 or f/4. Set the ISO as low as you can (100 or 200 is best), to make up for the large amount of light let in by the wide aperture....

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What light should I use for food photography?

September 17, 2021, 19:41, asked: 🇬🇷GREECE🇬🇷

It's best to photograph your dishes in diffused natural light. It simply is the most flattering, appealing, and cheapest light for food photography. Resist the urge to use your on-camera or, even worse, your phone's flash....

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What is the best shutter speed for food photography?

September 16, 2021, 18:36, asked: PHOTOBLOG • POLTAVA📷

So if you're holding a camera by hand, you want a shutter speed of at most 1/40th of a second, and preferably faster (We usually aim for at least 1/80 if there's enough light available). Anything slower than 1/20th or so and you won't be able to get clear shots without a tripod....

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What do I need for food photography?

September 15, 2021, 02:38, asked: Olivier Drouet

The Must-Have Food Photography Equipment

  1. Prime lens. Prime lenses deliver crisp, sharp, and realistic photos that make dishes and desserts virtually jump off the screen or page. ...
  2. Tripod. ...
  3. Tripod arm extender. ...
  4. Lighting kit. ...
  5. Color correction card. ...
  6. Backdrops.
...

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Which Nikon lens is best for food photography?

September 15, 2021, 01:21, asked: Arno. V

Understanding your camera. The best starting lens to use for shooting your food is a 50mm f/1.8. This is the perfect go-to lens for us foodies and being reasonably priced; you'll definitely get your money's worth from it. At a later stage adding an 85mm f/1.8 and a macro lens to your kit also make for a great variation ......

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