Trust me when I say this, be it burger or sandwich, styling them can always be terrifying. Well, here are a few tips to help you get started.
Here are a few tips and tricks to get you started on shooting some light and airy images.
Lately, I have felt I shoot more cooked food and fewer ingredients used in the dishes. It’s always the end product. However, slowly I am making a move.
It is interesting to see how an ingredient looks under the light. You may choose to tell a story or shoot it in all its glory.
As a stylist, I create textures on food to get those beautiful shadows that hold attention. What do I mean by textures on food? The layers we create on the surface of your dish, just like the layers
On the 28th of August, I conducted a food styling workshop at one of Dubai’s quirkiest and coolest locations: “Bhukkad cafe.” The workshop was titled “The beginner’s guide to food styling.” The idea was to help people who wish to click fantastic food pictures.
Cheese can be the hero, a prop, or garnish in a picture. Cheese seems to have a soothing effect in a colorful frame. I had some fun and some tense moments while shooting with cheese. It is a slightly tricky ingredient to work with; however, the results are beautiful when done right.
For starters, here is a list of backdrop ideas for beginners, which are cheap and can make your food stand out.
What defines minimal styling? It’s more of keeping the dish or the main element as the star, which commands all your attention. I am trying to experiment and change or evolve a little in my style
Food stylists love to tell a story through their pictures. And what better way than an action shot. They are fun to shoot but can get a little complicated. Here are a few tricks and tips for making your job a tab bit easier while capturing movement on camera.
Here’s calling out to food/Agro-based companies, appliances, ceramics/crockery, food & beverage companies, whether established or growing to get in touch.