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Using Natural Light in Food Photography
Matching Angles to Food Subjects in Food Photography
Using Tilts for Interesting Images in Food Photography

Shooting Close-Ups in Food Photography

Backgrounds still peek through in some close-up shots.

When you’re shooting in so close on a food subject, you may see only a tiny bit of the background, if it shows at all. If a portion of the background does show, make sure the color or texture of the background complements the food subject.

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