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Avoid placing utensils at a 90 degree angle.

Be sure to watch the angles you use with silverware or other utensils. If a utensil is placed on or nearby a dish and is photographed at an angle where the utensil runs parallel to the horizontal or vertical sides of the image, it won’t be pleasing to the eye.

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