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5 Food Photography Tips Using Your Smart Phone. These tips have helped me become a better photographer in general. But regardless, having a great smart phone camera is KEY! Check out the new LG4 #G4preview #ad

5 Food Photography Tips Using Your Smart Phone. These tips have helped me become a better photographer in general. But regardless, having a great smart phone camera is KEY! Check out the new

Make your own backdrop boards for your food photography.

Those gorgeous backdrops in food photos are super-easy to make with tongue and groove pine from The Home Depot. Check out Lisa Tutman-Oglesby's instructions on Celebrate Creativity.

Good: I like the concept of the food being in action- having a person in the shot but not as the focal point.  I like that the woman is out of focus and we can't see her face but that we get to see the product in action. The bread from this angle has great detail to portray the freshness.

Recipe for a pumpkin cake from the color of the sun in the morning by Cioccolato Gatto - Cool Chic Style Fashion

Check out the AMAZING health benefits of Lime Water! Don't get the picture though.

The health benefits of Lime Water

Check out the AMAZING health benefits of Lime Water.) & the nice presentation of strawberry crepes w/ F. No sugar or syrup needed!

Simply put, the 90˚ helps TRAP their eyes.  Yup, I said it, trap their eyes.  Sounds weird? Its not. Look at the examples below. With the 90˚ angle, you can actually build compositions in patterns that stop the viewer’s eye from moving out of the frame. Look at the way these photos were composed.

Simply put, the helps TRAP their eyes. Yup, I said it, trap their eyes. Look at the examples below. With the angle, you can actually build compositions in patterns that stop the viewer’s eye from moving out of the frame.

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