We asked our awards Partner Josh Tucker from Tucker Images for some simple steps to better food photography. As ever he didn’t disappoint.
1. Shoot in Natural Light
Light is the key to beautiful food & drink photos. Find a large, bright window but avoid direct sunlight.
2. Use a Neutral Background
The background is there to put the emphasis on the subject, and complement it. Too busy and the subject will be lost.
3. Shoot from the Best Angle
A bird’s eye view is often the best, especially when arranging bowls and plates. Plus it’s very easy to control everything in the frame. However for drinks and food with layers you will want to try a near horizontal angle.
For more tips and tricks contact Josh on 07378 769659 www.tuckerimages.co.uk