Quality food photography is essential for food businesses.
Especially nowadays, content has to include images as a bare minimum to have a chance at making an impact. This is especially true for food. Up to 95% of taste may come from its smell, but most of us don’t yet have the ability to push the scent of freshly baked bread via a screen.
Visuals are all we have, and words may be powerful, but a good image can be visceral.
But do you need to spend lots of money on the latest equipment to improve your food photography? Imma be honest, I don’t think you do. At all.
Natural light is arguably the best source for food photography even compared to expensive lighting setups.
So, how can you make the most of natural lighting for your food photography?
This ebook covers:
- Batch shooting, to make the most of your time
- My food photography setup for natural lighting
- Non-technical kit to enhance natural light
I hope you find it helpful!