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Shooting Close-Ups in Food Photography

Fresh beans and sesame seeds use the center space of a frame.

When shooting close-ups, keep the basic composition of the image in mind. Look through the viewfinder and place your food subject somewhere in the center area. Imagine a broad oval target in the frame, and try to keep part of the main subject within that target area for a nice-looking image.

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