Shooting Close-Ups in Food Photography
Using Tilts for Interesting Images in Food Photography
Using Natural Light in Food Photography

Matching Angles to Food Subjects in Food Photography

Selective focus brings your attention to the foreground — in this case, the lobster roll.

This image uses an elevated angle approached from the side for a pleasing composition. Selective focus is also in play here, with the focus being on the front area of the lobster roll and the back area of the roll and the background falling slightly out of focus.

  • Add a Comment
  • Print
  • Share


Promoted Stories From Around The Web

blog comments powered by Disqus
Use Utensils in Food Styling and Food Photography
Artificial Lighting in Food Photography
Different Types of Venues for Food Photographers
Repeat Images for Added Depth in Food Photography
Choosing a Focus Model for Images in Food Photography