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Shooting Close-Ups in Food Photography

A crisp focus is just one element to good composition.

Sometimes focus can be an issue when getting in so close to a food subject, although it really depends on the setup, lighting, and aperture on your camera. When zooming in close to your subject, carefully focus on the most interesting part of the dish.

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