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| p.2 #8 · Best FL to shoot food |
If it's for a menu, you might wanna think about what you would like to see if it's your first time dining in that restaurant and you're not familiar with the food. Or what the restaurant would like to show their customers.
I personally would like to see more of what's on the plate and the food presentation, ie. less fancy low angle and more in focus. Make the food look very appetising, but not too much BS like those MacDonald's advertisement burgers that look nothing like the ones they serve to the customers.
Props like chopsticks, soya sauce bottle or whatever else you see on the restaurant table would also make your shots less sterile.
If it's for the restaurant's website gallery, or if the style is more fine dining, then you can get as fancy as you'd like.
On a side note, I feel like some nigiri zushi now... uni, awabi, kaki, hotate, otoro, tako, ebi... Now where's that drool smiley...