You might be a good food photographer right now, but you could be even better by going just a step or two above your kit lens with the help of a lens that’s designed to give you that perfect drool-worthy shot.
Have you found yourself hunting down new and different recipes to cook lately? Have you been taking photos of your creations and sharing them on social media? Have you thought about shooting video of your meal prep, or perhaps even starting your own food blog or vlog? You’re not alone! Many people have spent significantly more time at home due to the COVID-19 pandemic, meaning they’re preparing and eating more meals at home, and eating out less often. And to make mealtimes more fun, folks are trying out more new […]
As the family shutterbug, you have responsibilities. Everyone expects you to document holiday festivities with creativity, grace and style. Your favourite lenses are close at hand and you’re eager to try out that new external flash. But before you click even one frame, you have to find scenes worth snapping.
“I am a new, still learning photographer. I just started a year ago after I bought my camera from Henry’s with a 50mm F/1.8 lens. I mostly take photographs of food for a blog that I write, so everything is set up and I can control the subject, lighting & angles. I’m going to a food bloggers retreat & I’m wondering what tips you have for taking photos at such an event.”