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Food Photography TipsUse these food photography tips to make your treats really pop out:
- It's important to use as much natural light as possible when taking pictures of food. Those compact flourescents you just installed in your kitchen are great energy savers but they'll make your recipes look slightly stale and less vibrant. Taking the finished treat outside is sometimes a great way to get it bathed in natural light.
- Try not to use a flash. Leave flash photography for those intensely choreographed shots whe your aunt Myrtle visits.
- Use Macro Mode on your camera. That's usually the little flower icon. Macro Mode is great for close-up shots when you really want to get intense detail.
- Try to have a plain background if possible. Plain white backgrounds will give your recipe maximum pop-out-ability. Your dishes in the sink in the distance will not.
- Take a several pictures from different angles with different lighting, different backgrounds and take the best one from the lot. Usually the first picture is not the best one.
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