Food photography become very popular in last several years. With development of digital technology it almost “everybody’s job”. But while people take smartphone and camera clicks on hourly basis, commercial food photography still keeps its positions. The truth is, that this type of photography require very wide set of skills. Exceptional understanding of lighting for a product, still life, interior, mood, lifestyle, event and people photography is almost a mast for a great specialist in this genre. After all we make food a celebrity, everyone have to desire our hero product. So it never just a food it always a story behind.
Well, good photography is always about lighting, composition and first of all idea. When people just clicking things around its actually a clicking not a photography. To start with photography one have to photograph consciously. Beter less with idea then more without.To do plan is simple. When you want to create a photograph ask yourself three questions: What I’m going to say, Why it have to be done, How to achieve it. The concept of conscious photography sound for me like this, it’s easy, isn’t it?
To do plan is simple. When you want to create a photograph ask yourself three questions: What I’m going to say, Why it have to be done, How to achieve it. The concept of conscious photography sound for me like this, it’s easy, isn’t it? Not to do 300 clicks with no idea in mind. And yes there are many tips and tricks but they worth nothing if it starts without an idea With our background in branding and advertising we produce images which help clients to attract more customers to their brands. We like to work with people who are really valuing and understand good design and want to grow their business (well with our help) Our clients are hotels, restaurants, food producers, caterers in India and abroad. We often photograph for packaging and advertisement when design and photography are closely bounded. And, well, as I always say, it’s not that easy to make cutlet smile, but that exactly what we do
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