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Using an overhead angle provides a sense of design to food images.

The 90 degree angle is getting a little more popular in the food world these days. It generally doesn’t lend itself to the softer, selective focus look, but it’s a great alternative look for images and can provide an interesting angle to display certain dishes, like this one.

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