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  1. Sometimes I get really excited over food photography. People often think I am a huge photo nerd when they see me walking around a party taking pictures of food displays rather than the people! In fact, one of my favorite things about shooting weddings is capturing the details and food. Why, you ask? Because with […]

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  2. If you’ve been searching the internet for the top, must read food photography tutorials, you’ve come to the right place! Over the past few years of photographing recipes for my blog, Eat Your Beets, I’ve both written & read plenty of articles on food photography. Even after all that, I’ve found there’s always plenty for […]

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  3. *This post contains affiliate links. Thank you in advance for supporting Click it Up a Notch. A quick glance through my Instagram feed & it’s not hard to decipher what I’m all about. Food, kiddos, cute shoes & food. When I first started snapping pics of food on my feed, they really weren’t anything special. […]

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  4. *Post contains affiliate links. Thanks in advance for supporting Click it Up a Notch. I have always loved to see how people set up their shots for all areas of photography.  I like to see the food photography behind the scenes and often it is a nice reminder that not everyone has a beautiful natural […]

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  5. PERSONAL PHOTOGRAPHY STYLE As you look at cooking blogs/websites or cookbooks, pay attention to what style of food photography you like and what it is that draws you in. I have always been drawn to the photography in Martha Stewart’s Everyday Food magazine http://www.marthastewart.com/everyday-food as well as the Donna Hay magazine or website http://www.donnahay.com.au/ . […]

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  6. Food photography can be an overwhelming endeavor. Just when you think you’ve mastering natural light photography, you might think, Hey, I bet food is just as easy to shoot as my wiggly toddler! This should be a breeze. Turns out, it’s not always so easy. Or maybe you’ve been shooting food for awhile & you’re […]

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  7. Probably the single biggest question I get about food photography is lighting. Just like photographing anything else, food photography lighting can make or break your food shots but let’s talk about something more than just finding the best natural light in your house. What if you are one of those people who can only shoot […]

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  8. Download Tips and Tricks to Photographing Food by Jen Bacher CAMERA/TECHNICAL Like I said previously, shooting in manual mode works the best with food photography because you have the ability to control your aperture, which controls the depth of field. Using a wide open aperture in the range of f/2.8 to f/4 gives you that […]

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  10. I suppose I’m best known around here for my food photograph

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