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The 45 degree angle in this shot invites you in for a bite.

The angle range of the up-and-over angle really is the sweet spot for food photography. A slightly elevated angle makes the food look delicious and inviting, as you can see here. This angle is close to how you see food in the middle of the table ready to be served.

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