Eat For The Camera

Eat For The Camera

Eat For The Camera

Taking aesthetically pleasing pictures of your food is a must in order to take your social media game to the next level. However, it’s very difficult to make your food look as good as it is tastes. Hence, we are here to give you all the styling tricks you need to please your audience. From the lighting to angles, we will reveal all the secrets for an eye-catching picture: 

  

AESTHETIC SETTINGS:
Pretty settings are one of the most important things to be taken in notice while you take your food pictures. Try to give a more aesthetic look by taking your pictures in a more calm and beautiful setting. Try to fill up the negative spaces by putting different elements such as watches, sunglasses, jewelry etc.


 

GOOD LIGHTING:
Good lighting will take your picture game to a whole new level; you have to make sure the light is not directed on your food, but rather have a hint of shade on your food for the perfect picture. 

FOOD AND PROPS:
Adding more props around your food will make your pictures top-notch. You can add more things in the frame to make it look more pleasing to the eyes. You can use flowers, napkins, menu cards, good cutlery to give your picture more body.

HOT FOOD AND RIGHT ANGLES:
When you capture your food, make sure it is sizzling hot so the smoke coming out will give the picture a great feel to it. There is nothing better than hot, fresh food in your pictures.


To capture food and beverages perfectly make sure you have perfect angles, keeping your camera at a good distance to capture the whole frame and additional props.


 
These are some tips and tricks for you to keep in mind to capture the perfect food picture. These tips will intensify your food game and take it to a whole other level for sure.

Being a Pakistani, food has always been my comforter, be it me getting happy over a happy meal or my father asking me to go to school just to get sweets in return. Food is not just about eating, its a sentiment that connects people with each other. I started writing for Food Tribune because of my love for food.

 

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