Don’t you get annoyed when your photo is either too overexposed or too underexposed? While we thank our lucky stars for the auto function in digital cameras, it still doesn’t solve all of our problems. When taking photos in the day with sunlight, photos can either look beautifully raw (sunlight is the best lighting, always!) or be too overexposed; that means your photo may look too bright or harsh.
There are some things editing can’t solve and the key to avoiding bad photos is to make sure that the subject of your photo is always in focus. Zoom in to parts of your photo to check whether the photo is in focus to avoid disappointment during your editing process. Photos can look wonky if you force sharpen a blur photo or too grainy if your photo is too bright.
Here are some simple tips and tricks on how to take the best food photos.
You might already have a few go-to apps to edit your food photos in your phone or simply edit with Instagram’s basic functions. However, there are hundreds and thousands of photo-editing apps out there, just waiting for you to explore.
Try a couple of different apps to find one that suits your style. Some have unique filter functions and some can create beautiful collages with just a few taps. After careful curating, we’ve put together a list of the Best Photo Editing Apps for Food. So get your creative juices flowing and have fun editing!
I’ve often been asked to share my secrets of food photography, but to be completely honest, there is really no secret to taking good photos. You just need to practice more and find your own style.
Today, let me share with you 10 of my favourite food shots. Do leave a comment and let me know which is your favourite photo.
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Here are the 5 frequently asked questions that I get on my food blog:
Food Photography has a big role to play because we feast with our eyes first. If you are venturing into food photography, here are some basic food photography tips to get you started.