Category: Food

What color plate is best for food photography?

November 21, 2021, 22:38, asked: Denis Amendola

Best Color: Black and brown. Neutral foods often look bland, so Marilinda advises that “Contrast can be good, and you also want to harmonize with temperature tone, ie warm or cool. Beige is warm. Brown is warm, and black can go either way.”...

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What color is best for food photography?

November 20, 2021, 16:20, asked: So Dreamyy

The vast majority of food is warm toned, so using a cool toned background (think grey, blue, purple tones), will act as a complementary colour, allowing your food to pop right off the background....

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Where can I buy food photography props?

November 18, 2021, 21:05, asked: Oberhausen, Germany

5 Places To Buy Budget Friendly Food Photography Props

  • Big Box Stores. Places like Homesense, Ikea, Target and even Chapters/Indigo all offer up great home decor items these days without the need to shell out department store prices. ...
  • Thrift Stores, Second Hand Shops & Charity Shops. ...
  • Friends & Family. ...
  • Sale Tables.
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What should you not do in food photography?

November 16, 2021, 22:14, asked: Dorota Lepianka

The Dos and Don'ts of Food Photography

  1. Do invest in equipment.
  2. Do shoot your subject from three levels.
  3. Do use natural lighting.
  4. Don't use your camera flash.
  5. Do shoot from different angles.
  6. Don't shoot from the front and middle.
  7. Do have fun!
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Are black plates good for food photography?

November 16, 2021, 00:47, asked: Akash Dongarkar

Neutral Colored Foods: Pastas, Grains, Potatoes The granola in the middle has bright fruit and so does the cereal. Darker bowls and plates are an interesting way to plate food that doesn't have much color in it....

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How do you make props for food photography?

November 15, 2021, 20:50, asked: มูลไส้เดือน Noppawat Garden

10 Props for Food Photography You Already Own

  1. Wrapping paper, wallpaper, scrapbook paper… All the paper products! ...
  2. Other foods. ...
  3. Cupcake liners, parchment paper and other baking products. ...
  4. Baking sheets. ...
  5. Hand towels and napkins. ...
  6. Dishware and cups. ...
  7. Things you can find outside. ...
  8. Kitchen utensils and silverware.
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Do I need a ring light for food photography?

November 14, 2021, 18:28, asked: Moda

No matter your client's demands, if you regularly shoot food, investing in a ring light is a must. Ring lights are good for food photography. They add a bright, even wash across the subject and almost eliminate shadows. However, learning to shoot food with a ring light can prove tricky....

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How do you use natural light in food photography?

November 13, 2021, 15:21, asked: Lynne illidge Photography

4 Must Haves For Beautiful Natural Food Photography Lighting

  1. Window With Direct Sunlight. In order to create soft and glowing light you need to have a window through which direct sunlight shines. ...
  2. Muslin Cloth or Baking Paper to diffuse the light. ...
  3. White Foam Core Reflector. ...
  4. Black Foam Core for Negative Fill.
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What type of lighting is best for food photography?

November 11, 2021, 18:53, asked: Tommy Smithurst

natural light 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. Your food will look flat and unappetizing....

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What kind of lens do you need for food photography?

November 11, 2021, 00:16, asked: NewLabelsOnly

You'll typically want a natural perspective when shooting food, which rules out ultra-wide-angle lenses. We'd recommend a minimum of 35mm on an APS-C format camera, and 50mm on a full-frame body. As long as you don't want to focus ultra-close, some of the best 50mm lenses are ideal for food photography....

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