What this book won’t tell you, is how to use your camera. The information here assumes you already know how to do that. What this book will do for you, is help you think differently about how you photograph your food. Instead of just pointing your camera lens at a plate of food and hoping for the best, learning the tips in this book will give you an advantage when you want to take a picture for social media, for your blog or even for a restaurant menu if you’re going to be putting one together yourself.
It doesn’t matter if you’re using a DSLR, a point and shoot, an Android or an iPhone. It’s really not so important. What is important, is that you see improvement in your food photographs. And you will. Even if you only learn one tip each day for 30 days, you’ll see a big difference in the quality of your photos. Then, when you post on social media or on your blog, you can do so with the confidence of knowing that your photos are better than they’ve ever been. And having better photographs on social media or on your blog can not only help you acquire more followers, it can keep the attention of your current ones.
This learning approach is so easy that even the busiest person can be successful. You can read a tip just waiting in line at the bank, in line at the grocery store, on a bus or even on your break at work. And, at the end of 30 days, you will be bursting with better skills and more knowledge than you’ve ever had before.
Product recommendations and recipes for fake food items that you can make are included in these tips too. They’re so much fun to make and photograph, that after you’ve tried them all and have chosen a few favourites, you’ll have tried and true go-to tips to wow the web with.
Targeted Age Group:: 18+
What Inspired You to Write Your Book?
This book began as a camera club presentation about food photography. A workshop followed, where members were able to create and photograph food "scenes" using various props, products, simulated and real food items. Eventually, the presentation became the book, "30 Tips and 30 Days To Better Food Photos."
Photographing food can be a challenge. It gets a lot easier when you learn to use the tips presented in the book.
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