I love your pictures you take of your food. I'm trying to take better picture for my youtube cooking channel "Cooking With A little Spice" Do you have a article on how to take great food pictures?
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I can't recall an article from Food52, but Serious Eats has a fantastic article on taking great food photos,
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There are a number of articles re: photography on this site. Do a search: "food photography" in Articles and you'll find many helpful tips.
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Any basic photography course (doesn't have to be about food) will help you learn how to compose photos like a pro.
Dana from Minimalist Baker started a Food Photography School that is comprised of videos about everything from using a camera to composition and styling to photoshop and sharing your pictures through different social channels.
It is a $99 flat fee, but if you have lifetime access to the current videos and anything that is added.
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