February 20, 2014
Anytime you showcase your products and/or menu items, be it on the web or in marketing materials, you want to make sure your photos do your food justice. Nothing looks less appetizing than poorly photographed food! In this short (and hopefully fun!) 1-minute video, we take a look at four tips beginner photographers can use
Interested in some professional food photography tips? Check out our affiliate partner Photographing Food. Created by a professional food photographer, Taylor Mathis, these downloadable PDF books cover specific food photography topics so that you can focus on those aspects of photography that make the most sense for your business and for where you are as a photographer. And at $5 per PDF, this is an affordable option for food entrepreneurs.
* Disclosure: As an affiliate partner, that means that Small Food Business receives 35% of the revenues from sales of this product made through this site. However, this resource was fully vetted prior to the affiliate relationship being established. For those uncomfortable with the affiliate partnership for whatever reason, you can go directly to the Photographing Food website by going to photographingfood (dot) com. Related Articles: