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Food Photography

Discussion in 'Photography Tips, Tricks & Tutorials Forum' started by smitha, Mar 19, 2017.

  1. smitha

    smitha New Member

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    What are the various tricks/ substitutes used by professional food photographers and stylists?
     
  2. Roger S

    Roger S Crazy Canuck Administrator

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    Hello and WELCOME to the forum.

    Is there any particular trick yo are interested in figuring out? Food photography is quite an art form and it all depends on what item you want to shoot, so yours is not a simple answer.
     
  3. Snips

    Snips Always on Premium Member

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    The best tip I learned is to have a food stylist.

    And something I learned just a few days ago is a chef's creation will look very flat in a photograph whereas a food stylist's creation will not look that appetising until it's in a photograph as it will be too tall; and I suspect awkward to eat.
     
  4. smitha

    smitha New Member

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    I'm writing an article on food photography, and I want to mention the various substitutes photographers and stylists use during a shoot. All i know so far is that mashed potato is used as a sub for icecream
     
  5. DwarvenChef

    DwarvenChef Always on

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    ARRGGHH, Food Stylists.... Grrr shoot them all. It's no longer food after they get their mits on the good stuff....
     

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