Looking for an inexpensive way to make yourself a variety of backgrounds for your food and small object photography? Make sure to read the post for lots of ideas for taking better food and craft photos for your blog… Or take better pictures for selling small items on ebay… Part 1… Make yourself a pallet studio- on the cheap, and see how you can change it up! This links to a part 2 with great ideas for other inexpensive photo backgrounds!

Looking for an inexpensive way to make yourself a variety of backgrounds for your food and small object photography? Make sure to read the post for lots of ideas for taking better food and craft photos for your blog… Or take better pictures for selling small items on ebay… Part 1… Make yourself a pallet studio- on the cheap, and see how you can change it up! This links to a part 2 with great ideas for other inexpensive photo backgrounds!

11 Quick Food Photography Tips to Make Mouth Watering Images  Read more: http://digital-photography-school.com/11-quick-food-photography-tips-to-make-mouth-watering-images#ixzz2VjJblXxn

11 Quick Food Photography Tips to Make Mouth Watering Images Read more: http://digital-photography-school.com/11-quick-food-photography-tips-to-make-mouth-watering-images#ixzz2VjJblXxn

This is the type of food photography I want to do.

This is the type of food photography I want to do.

Step 3. Get low and close.  High-end food photography tends to involve a lot of beautifully arranged props. If you don’t have that luxury, get in on that food! Using an aperture of 2.8 or 4 will allow you to use selective focus, putting more emphasis where you choose.  I shot all the photos you see here with the Canon 24-70mm lens. In virtually all cases, I was zoomed all the way in to 70mm, and had the lens almost touching the food.  http://crewofone.com/2013/foolproof-food-photography-3/

Step 3. Get low and close. High-end food photography tends to involve a lot of beautifully arranged props. If you don’t have that luxury, get in on that food! Using an aperture of 2.8 or 4 will allow you to use selective focus, putting more emphasis where you choose. I shot all the photos you see here with the Canon 24-70mm lens. In virtually all cases, I was zoomed all the way in to 70mm, and had the lens almost touching the food. http://crewofone.com/2013/foolproof-food-photography-3/

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