A few years ago I wouldn’t even have tried to take photographs like this with my phone. It was simply too hard to get a sharp, non-grainy, well-exposed image. A D-SLR produced much better results and also created such lovely soft focus backgrounds.
Fast forward to today and I now consider my smartphone to be another camera in my kit. Yes it has its limitations but it’s quick and convenient and always with me.
With this in mind I wrote an article for the fantastic north west Good Taste Magazine, with my top 5 tips for great food photography with a phone.
Search engines don’t like duplicate content, but I didn’t want you to miss out on the article, so click on the image or on the link to read it online at Good Taste Magazine.
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