How create a perfect exposure using aperture, shutter speed, and ISO
Would you like to capture magazine-quality food photography? So beautifully styled and composed… that your dishes attracted thousands of visitors?
What if you didn’t have to invest in complex camera gear… or hire an expensive photographer on a weekly basis?
I cook tasty dishes and use pretty plating…
But I recently discovered some ‘tricks of the trade’ that will forever change how I take photos of my food.
It turns out that the best food photography focuses on styling, props, and composition. In fact, it’s as much about the scene as it is about the food.
So when our readers asked for more advice on food photography, I reached out to my friend Martina Lanotte. She’s a full-time food photographer working in Copenhagen, Denmark. And she takes amazing photos.
I gave her this brief: “Write a book that will show a beginner how to capture stunning food photography in an afternoon.”
I went through her training one afternoon, and the very same day, I was able to achieve the transformation below.
It’s amazing to see the difference you can make with the right technique.
This 135-page ebook walks you through the process of taking stunning food photography.
Including camera settings and gear, professional styling tips and composition, and lighting. Both natural and artificial. (We keep this very simple.)
From equipment and camera gear, through composition and color, to food styling and lighting… Martina’s guide covers everything you need to get started.
I have so much faith you’ll love this eBook, I’m offering a 90-day money-back guarantee. If for any reason you think my eBook wasn’t worth your $99, I’ll refund you, no questions asked.
After reading Edible Images…
If you follow Martina’s advice, you can avoid mistakes, save time, and start taking mouth-watering food photos today.
So it’s decision time: You can either go out on your own and learn from your own mistakes… or decide today that you’re going to learn from the mistakes of others.
Food photographers are expensive. If you follow our advice, you can avoid hiring them altogether. And make your food stand out in a crowded market.
Sign up today! Tick “Take mouth-watering food photos” off from your bucket list. Start styling and capturing appetising food photography with confidence and ease… regardless of the camera you own.