Tag Archives: learning food photography

Props and Accessories for Food Photography

One of my biggest challenges when I started out with shooting food was not having enough variety of props.  The range of things you need is quite extensive and will also depend on the style of shooting you do as … Continue reading

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Styling a Food Shot

Got a splendid haul of red currants in the garden this year and what better way to showcase them than with a gorgeous tarnished silver jug on a clean white background? Now I have my flash up and going, its … Continue reading

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I have worded a lot lately

Some of you will have seen posts from me about articles I have written for DPS – Digital Photography School.  I am still writing for them and had quite a few articles published over the last few months: Turn your … Continue reading

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Food Photography – The Macaron

Over at Cate’s Cates she had a go at making the wonderful and delicious Macaron. They are a challenge even for the experienced cook, and I have to confess, I have not been brave enough to try. Also, there is … Continue reading

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Food Photography – my first test

Finally my favourite deli got the Bohemein Sea Salt Caramel chocolates in stock in a 6 pack, and I snapped up a box to take home and treasure. I was lucky enough to have TWO samples at a tasting day … Continue reading

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