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Advise to Food Photographers

I have downloaded 131 images, primarily soups and during my searches for specific soups I have noticed a couple of things that stop me from purchasing certain images.1. Think before you take the picture as many of the images are not realistic, even if they are very pleasing to the eye. As an example, don't put beef stock in a fine china soup bowl - stock is used as a base to prepare soups, gravies, and stews. Put it in a measuring cup, pot or glass jar.2. Before you garnish the heck out of... continue reading

Simple vs complex

As I do mostly illustrations, I'd like to share my ideas on this subject. When you think of an artwork or series, one of the issues you need to consider is the following:- How simple (or how complex) should my illustrtation be performed?The simpliestOf course, what can be simplier than one-colour artwork? Silhouettes and illustrations in one line look stylish and they can be well bought for T-shirts, package or souvenir design because they are cheaper to print.From simple to complex.... continue reading

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