So many options. Where to start.
A 52 Pick Selection
A Fancy Bearded Dragon (Pogona Vitticeps) surveys all the options for lunch at Pet Supplies Plus in Smyrna, GA (US). On the menu: Worms, Big Worms, Crickets, and Roaches. A gourmet meal for our friend. BTS and video at my website post.
Pet Supplies Plus, 3240 South Cobb Dr. Ste 750, Smyrna, GA 30080
Behind the Scenes
"Hungry" for a new challenge? Cool, let's try our hand at Food Photography. That's right, we're talking about capturing the beauty and essence of delicious meals in pictures. But it's not just about the food, it's also about the memories and emotions that come with it. Think about it - how many times have you tasted a dish that transported you back to a certain place or time? Maybe it was your grandma's apple pie or that unforgettable meal you had on your honeymoon. These food experiences are deeply connected to our memories and emotions, and that's what makes food photography so powerful. So, how do we capture all of that in a photo? Well, the key is to focus on the details. Zoom in on the texture of the food, the colors, and the way the light hits it. Use props that remind you of the memory or emotion you're trying to convey. For example, if you're trying to capture the cozy feeling of a family dinner, use a rustic tablecloth or some vintage silverware. Think of your lighting, composition and the inherent texture to bring out the best elements of a great food-themed photo. Ultimately, food photography is about more than just showcasing a pretty plate. It's about capturing the memories and emotions that make food such an important part of our lives. So, grab your camera and get ready to make your taste buds and your heart sing!