Let’s talk about lighting in food photography, more precisely on the quality of light often categorized as hard and soft light.
Do you love toasts and want others to fall in love with them too?
Are you looking for tips for styling your toasts and make them Instagrammable?
With #toasttuesday getting so much attention lately, I thought why not share my tricks on making a toast look pretty and taste amazing at the same time.
I love using eggs in my pictures. The bright pop of yellow/orange over white helps it stand out in a picture. Styling with Egg can be challenging but rewarding.
In my journey of food styling, there have been a few kitchen staples that come handy now and then. These ingredients help me tell a story and, in the process, make the image look beautiful.
Food Styling begins with the right choice of props. A plain backdrop/background with the right selection of props is a good starting point.
The current trend in food styling is all about creating Monochromatic images keeping the focus on one. However, colors on an image always catch your attention
A lot of resources are available today when it comes to DIY Food Photography background. I learned a lot from my mistakes, and have upped my game continuously with every new setup.