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Choosing a Focus Model for Images in Food Photography

Use deep focus for a slightly older aesthetic.

When you need to have much of the entire image appear in focus, the deep focus model is the one you want, as shown here. Food photography in the 1970s and 1980s relied heavily on it — but sometimes that’s just what your client prefers.

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