You Will Devour These Dessert Versions of the World's Most Famous Art Co.Create "Most of the time it's a stretch to see the Picasso reference of that cheese plate, and the art director, food stylist, and prop stylist usually don't see it," she says.
"On that day I re-learned that just as in life, in photography we too must seize the moment. The big bright star in the sky is constantly shifting, and those shifts result in different shooting conditions, of course. If we rely on the sun to provide the light in which we shoot our photos we must always be aware of how it falls on our shooting areas, and how different times of the day will affect lighting conditions. Each day will differ somewhat. One day the sky may be clear, or it may be cloudy, perhaps there are a few clouds covering the sun — each condition will yield a different photograph."
Now that you've got an idea of what food photography really is from the previous video, I figured this would be a nice follow-up article that highlights some elements that need considering when constructing a good food image. The tips are fairly basic, but can still make a huge difference in the photo. Enjoy!
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"One of the biggest problems in America is obesity, too tightly belted to thoughtless consumption of food we are not proud of. So what’s wrong with showing off beautiful food? Isn’t this a mindful approach that checks in with those who love us – in other words the opposite of unconscious overeating? Sharing photos of our food is gourmet; hiding what we eat is gourmand."
"In today’s foodie/cellphoneography/Instagram world, everyone is a food photographer. It’s almost customary to take a photo of your food before digging in. Some restaurants have even had to instate a “no photography” policy because patrons complain about the constant flash of cameras.
Food photography, however, plays a huge role across many different businesses. Previously limited to the food industry (restaurants, markets, specialty food stores) and food-dedicated publications, food photography now spans a wide breath of editorial publications and commercial/advertising campaigns. Food is most often associated with comfort and happiness, so it’s no surprise that clients like American Express and CNN are now seeking food photographers."
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