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Food Photography

Three easy ways to use continuous light for food photography
How to take fun product photos with floating effect
13 tips for better still life styling
Adobe features holiday food photo tips from Sarah Crawford, with free presets
Capturing the holiday spirit through festive food photos
Capturing Christmas cooking cheer
Capturing the perfect drop
Reimagining food photography with clever visual comparisons
Food photography and portraits mashup in “Donut Doubles”
How playful colors make a difference in food photography
Mobile Mondays: Tips for mouthwatering food photography
Six photography projects to do from home

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Capturing Christmas cooking cheer

With Christmas just around the corner, there is usually lots of cooking and baking going on. Capture some of your own Christmas cheer with some behind-the-scenes photos. These can make for gorgeous keepsake memories if the kids or grandkids get

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Capturing the perfect drop

Whether it’s cocktails or mocktails, it’s those little details that can make all the difference in your photos. Capturing the perfect drop is easy with a few tips and tricks. Ice cubes and condensation, garnishes and staging … these are

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Six photography projects to do from home

Going a bit stir crazy in self-isolation? Looking for some fun activities to burn through the hours? How about trying your hand at some of these, especially if they are out of your comfort zone. If you normally photograph landscapes

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Capture some Christmas cookie cheer

It’s that time of year again when everything starts getting a little crazy. If you like to bake — especially at this time of year — don’t forget to catch a little of the Christmas cheer. Whether you are making

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DSC01614

Capturing Christmas cooking cheer

With Christmas just around the corner, there is usually lots of cooking and baking going on. Capture some of your own Christmas cheer with some behind-the-scenes photos. These can make for gorgeous keepsake memories if the kids or grandkids get

Read More
DSC01585

Capturing the perfect drop

Whether it’s cocktails or mocktails, it’s those little details that can make all the difference in your photos. Capturing the perfect drop is easy with a few tips and tricks. Ice cubes and condensation, garnishes and staging … these are

Read More
JuliePowell_ tank-1-2

Six photography projects to do from home

Going a bit stir crazy in self-isolation? Looking for some fun activities to burn through the hours? How about trying your hand at some of these, especially if they are out of your comfort zone. If you normally photograph landscapes

Read More
Julie Powell_Cookies_Header-1

Capture some Christmas cookie cheer

It’s that time of year again when everything starts getting a little crazy. If you like to bake — especially at this time of year — don’t forget to catch a little of the Christmas cheer. Whether you are making

Read More
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When is a cupcake not a cupcake?

When is a cupcake not a cupcake? When it is a gorgeous soap. Yes, a soap! These incredible creations are from Planetyum. They have a huge selection and I ordered three. Why soap? I teach a lot of workshops, and

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An introduction to food photography

(Editor’s Note: Photofocus is proud to welcome Serge Ramelli to Photofocus. Be sure to check out his free master class and bonus toolkit). This tutorial is a great way to get started with food photography.  Learn practical tips on lighting

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