My recent food photography.For a long time, food photographs tended to be shot and composed in a manner similar to the way people were used to encountering their food: laid out on a table setting and shot from an overhead perspective, i.e., from the point of view of the eater. Stylists accordingly arranged the food to appear good from above, with the items arranged flat on the plate and clearly separated from each other.Later, romantic lighting, shallower angles and more... continue reading
Search results for "dinner"
This is a poem that was sent to me from my Auntie in Scotland. I've no idea who wrote it or where she got it from but I thought you might enjoy it.On the first day of Christmas my truelove said to me..."I'm glad we boughtfresh turkey and a proper xmas tree."On the second day of xmas, much laughtercould be heard as we tucked into ourturkey, a most delicious birdOn the third day we entertained thepeople from next door, the turkey tastedjust as good as it had the day... continue reading
After encouraging my wife to experiment a little with shrimps (she rarely or never did it before), I had a photo opportunity to broaden my food photos collection (see my Collections in Profile page).I took just two shots. I was too hungry to resist, you know :)I found those background details (spices, fork, etc) very useful to improve the composition. Must do that more often and experiment. Well, as always :) - Your photo life is about constant evolving.Have a nice lunch, everybody! continue reading
No doubt most people here have seen those wonderful food photos in many of the popular food magazines.So who does buy food photographs at Dreamstime and how do they compare to the major publications?I have sold a bunch of food photos but the only feedback I got on one of mine was that it was used in a video clip.Generally speaking I think the food shots here compare favorably with those in most of the magazines.The only difference is that the magazine shots may feature some of the more sophisticated... continue reading
Stock photography that blogs
Interact, make friends, share tips and techniques, have fun. Dreamstime wants your ideas and thoughts whether you are a photographer, designer or regular user. Create a blog to tell your story, promote favorite images and photographers, post tutorials or simply exchange opinions with your with fellow dreamstimers.
Don't forget words and pictures go great together so make sure you choose some Dreamstime favorite pics to brighten your article. For inspiration, check out the hottest or the most useful blogs on the left.
Create a blog to tell your story, promote favorite stock images and photographers
Questions, meet answers
Join the discussion in the Dreamstime photography forum. Learn from, and share with, hundreds of professional stock photographers just like you!Photography Forums