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Matching Angles to Food Subjects in Food Photography

Camera angled just above the food works well for some small food subjects.

Shooting just above, or between 5 and 20 degrees, means positioning the camera just slightly above the horizon line. This angle is an interesting approach that can work well with a close-up shot of smaller foods, but it may or may not do the food justice.

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