Rainbow Food - How food’s colour can affect a photo

The items that we eat - and therefore the ones we photograph - come in a wide variety of colours. From fresh fruit and vegetables to brightly iced cakes, this are no shortage of colour combinations, but it’s amazing how much difference a colour can have on the way a photo looks. Colours communicate an emotion within a photo, and just one small error can make a dish go from mouth-watering to unappealing in one go. The problem with colour in a lot of photos is when natural light isn’t used as it can skew the colours. The most common reason for not getting the right colour in photos is the

Back to Basics. Food Photography Made Easy

Let the food do the talking! The food photography techniques that we will be discussing in this blog are the ones used by some of the most famous food photographers. We are going to break down these techniques into sections that will offer you some ideas to help you photograph and showcase your food. Styling is important Food needs styling too. Whilst you can always work with a professional food photographer, if you are a beginner, you will most likely take on the role of a food stylist yourself. Whilst you can always work with a professional food stylist, if you have just begun your venture