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Before you taste the food, you develop a set of expectations based on how the food looks. A great presentation can elevate an average meal to a great one. We often eat with our eyes, and great looking food can help us feel fuller.
Food photography can be one of the most enjoyable forms of the art, and it can also be one of the most profitable if you decide to turn your hobby into a job. Capturing images of food for catalogues, menus, and adverts will give you plenty of work.
Here are a few tips to help you take the best images possible:
– Colour: A lot of food is wonderfully colourful, and you should take advantage of that. Group food together in colour groups to create a harmony in your image or place contrasting colours together to create an eye-catching image.
– Props: Using props such as utensils, plates, or napkins can add context to your images and make the