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A tilt sequence going from a tilt left (a) to a nearly zero tilt (b) to a tilt right (c).

For each food subject you shoot, make a conscious effort to try as many tilts as possible. Shoot a few frames with a flat horizon line to start because sometimes that’s the right look for the shot.

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