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Food Photography and Styling

Food Photography and Styling
Description: An introduction into the art of food photography, both historically, and practically as an insight into the tools used by professionals to create the illusion of a culinary masterpiece in each frame.

Here’s a brief overview. There are two types of still food photography: editorial photos for a book or periodical and advertising photos. Understandably, advertisers want their product prominently featured and in full focus. Editorial work allows for greater creativity on both the part of the photographer and food stylist than advertisements. In the professional world, the food stylist and photographer work together to create the look.

For the purpose of this article, I will focus on editorial work. Within this genre, again there are primarily two types of shots: process shots known as step shots where a technique or action is captured and explained and straight editorial shots of food. Step shots are always clear and in perfect focus throughout; editorial can be artistic.

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Wow, this is a grate photography. So colorful and delicious looking. Your picture made me hungry.

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Actually I am disapointed about the bad lighting and the overcharged dishes. This is foodphotography as it should NOT be done!

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