Window of a Persistent Hostess
My very good friends live in Charleston, SC (US) in a house built in 1846. The house and the extraordinary garden are the site of many parties, fund raisers and events. These are just a few of the hundreds of tools she has used to craft these amazing events.
The aim of a successful food photography photoshoot is to combine two types of genres. 1. Product photography - to 'sell' your food/ 2. Still life photography - to make your food look like art aka amazing enough to eat! There are many elements to a food photography photo that one should be aware of. The food that you are shooting, the props, the color, the background and the composition should all be carefully considered and placed together in an artful and delicious looking visual.The elements in your photo must blend together just like the layers, textures and tastes of a gourmet meal! Everything in your photo is a decision. Remember that we 'eat with our eyes', so make sure that your food is not too pale or without textures before you even start composing your photo. Always pay attention to the white balance because you want your food’s tasty colors to come through!