5 Tips on How to Improve Your Phone Food Photography Now

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Window lighting only, no tungsten contamination, phone held with 2 hands, sharp enough photo. Window lighting only, no tungsten contamination, phone held with 2 hands, sharp enough photo.

I’ve been wanting to write about this topic for a long time. I frequently get asked about photography tips and how to get nicer pictures of food. Over the last few years I’ve found 5 areas that need to be understood in order to take a good photo. Specially a food photo. I’m working on a food styling post as well and can’t wait to finish that one, but food styling and plating without some basic photo skills is kinda pointless so I figured I’d start with this article.

IMG_3013-2 Another example of sunny window lighting, with the window behind the dish. There’s some tungsten contamination from some lightbulbs too terrible. Some post color editing done.

I assume you don’t own any fancy gear and do most of your shooting using a phone camera (these tips apply to any…

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