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Basic Composition Tips for Food Photography
6 steps
Position your main subject in the center of the scene
1. Position your main subject in the center of the scene
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Use complimenting colors to brighten your subject. Here, a bit of green makes our reds really pop!
2. Use complimenting colors to brighten your subject. Here, a bit of green makes our reds really pop!
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Sharpen the focus on your main subject by adding a depth of field, like adding a glass of milk!
3. Sharpen the focus on your main subject by adding a depth of field, like adding a glass of milk!
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Add a towel or linen napkin to add movement and help bring attention to your subject.
4. Add a towel or linen napkin to add movement and help bring attention to your subject.
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Determine what kind of shot is best for your food! An overhead will show us the top of our muffins
5. Determine what kind of shot is best for your food! An overhead will show us the top of our muffins
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A 45 degree shot is also great, we can see more of the muffin as well as the milk in the background!
6. A 45 degree shot is also great, we can see more of the muffin as well as the milk in the background!
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