More Fun Tips!
My favorite is cutting a hole in a reflector for a “natural” ring light effect!
THE BEGINNERS GUIDE TO COMPOSITION IN FOOD PHOTOGRAPHY: aka How to Transform your Food Photos from Good to Bloody Beautiful
“Composition is a way of guiding the viewer’s eye towards the most important elements of your work, sometimes — in a very specific order. A good composition can help make a masterpiece even out of the dullest objects and subjects in the plainest of environments. On the other hand, a bad composition can ruin a photograph completely, despite how interesting the subject may be. — Photography Life“
“If you want to step up your Instagram game, take better photos and curate an enviable feed, who better to ask for advice than professional photographers acing the game? Which is why we’ve reached out to 29 Insta kings and queens and asked for foolproof tips and tricks. Their priceless advice is below.”
“Joe McNally is not your average Joe. With a career spanning over 30 years and including assignments in more than 50 countries, Joe McNally has shot everything everywhere in every thinkable sort of way.
In addition to being an exceptionally experienced photographer, Joe is also known for his remarkable ability to share that knowledge. In this video he explains what lighting ratios are and how to use them to improve your photography.”
“What’s the Difference? is a series of video lighting tutorials. Each episode responds to a single question. In this episode, Jared Platt compares shooting in TTL and Manual Mode. The entire series, including all videos, articles and lighting diagrams, is available here.”