Tips and Tricks of the Trade Revealed
The job of a food photographer is to elicit the same mouth-watering reaction as the smell of freshly baked bread or the taste of a perfectly grilled steak. A great food photograph can convey feelings of warmth, awaken fond memories, conjure up fantasies, or just plain make you hungry. It can send crowds flocking to a new restaurant or boost the sales of a food magazine. Capturing that perfect image requires a creative eye, finesse, a sense of style, and photographic skill.
The book discusses in detail how to select the best cameras and accessories for your needs; shooting for different clients; principles of composition and lighting; working with factors such as selective focus, texture, and color temperature; digital storage media, and much more.
With this book, I want to show you how to make money doing something you love.
Oh, by the way, eating the end result is a big plus!
For current information, tips, and tricks check out Lou Manna's blog at http://www.digitalfoodphotos.com/blog/