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Lesson Posted on 28 Mar Photographers Photographers/Commercial Photographers Photographers/Event Photographers +6 Photographers/Family Photographers Photographers/Fashion Photographers Photographers/Kids Photographers Photographers/Nature Photographers Photography/Basics of Photography Photography/Product Photography less

Learn Food Photography

Jagdish Agarwal

He took his first photograph 50 years ago, with an Agfa box camera, gifted by his Uncle Phulchandji Agarwal....

Food Photography points to ask yourself before taking a picture: Colour/black and white – depends on the purpose Horizontal / vertical – depends on display Angle of light – left / right/back window – The angle of the camera – low/ front/top – high 30... read more

Food Photography points to ask yourself before taking a picture:

 

Colour/black and white – depends on the purpose

 

Horizontal / vertical – depends on display

 

Angle of light – left / right/back window –

 

The angle of the camera – low/ front/top – high 30 or 60, looks best in food –

 

Fresh – photograph quickly to get freshness – ice cream melts -

 

Window light – one light source is enough -

 

Avoid clutter – put food on the plate with style – white – black

 

Props – plate – spoon – fork – knife – napkin -

 

Background – choose table – table mat – white paper -

 

Subject matter – caption

 

Balance – colour harmony – colour contrast

 

Lens – wide / tele / close up – sharp – blur

 

Exposure – shutter speed – sharp / motion – do not be afraid to use manual settings.

 

Exposure – aperture – use depth of field – food looks nice in focus, out of focus feeling

 

Composition – two rounds – shadows

 

Composition – shapes / square / triangle / round

 

Composition – line/curve – s curve -

 

Composition – fore-ground / middle-ground / back-ground colour –

 

Experiment – glass - playful – fine art – wall décor -

 

Emotion – I want to eat that – steam of food -

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Lesson Posted on 28 Mar Photographers Photographers/Commercial Photographers Photographers/Event Photographers +6 Photographers/Family Photographers Photographers/Fashion Photographers Photographers/Kids Photographers Photographers/Nature Photographers Photography/Basics of Photography Photography/Product Photography less

Learn Food Photography

Jagdish Agarwal

He took his first photograph 50 years ago, with an Agfa box camera, gifted by his Uncle Phulchandji Agarwal....

Food Photography points to ask yourself before taking a picture: Colour/black and white – depends on the purpose Horizontal / vertical – depends on display Angle of light – left / right/back window – The angle of the camera – low/ front/top – high 30... read more

Food Photography points to ask yourself before taking a picture:

 

Colour/black and white – depends on the purpose

 

Horizontal / vertical – depends on display

 

Angle of light – left / right/back window –

 

The angle of the camera – low/ front/top – high 30 or 60, looks best in food –

 

Fresh – photograph quickly to get freshness – ice cream melts -

 

Window light – one light source is enough -

 

Avoid clutter – put food on the plate with style – white – black

 

Props – plate – spoon – fork – knife – napkin -

 

Background – choose table – table mat – white paper -

 

Subject matter – caption

 

Balance – colour harmony – colour contrast

 

Lens – wide / tele / close up – sharp – blur

 

Exposure – shutter speed – sharp / motion – do not be afraid to use manual settings.

 

Exposure – aperture – use depth of field – food looks nice in focus, out of focus feeling

 

Composition – two rounds – shadows

 

Composition – shapes / square / triangle / round

 

Composition – line/curve – s curve -

 

Composition – fore-ground / middle-ground / back-ground colour –

 

Experiment – glass - playful – fine art – wall décor -

 

Emotion – I want to eat that – steam of food -

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Answered on 07 Mar Photography/Basics of Photography

Which is the best Polarising Filter for Sony RX-10 Mark III, Kenko or Hoya?

Sachin G.

Photographer and Photoshop Expert

Hoya because they are in this for long. Their glad quality is good. The coating they use is proprietary. Kenko, I am not sure.
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