Food Photography at The Cook’s Digest

A food blog can live or die on the quality of the photographs. A blogger could invent the most creative, heavenly meal on the planet, but an out of focus, badly lit shot won’t entice readers in. So I’ve used some simple tricks, low-cost lighting and free software to improve picture quality.

Below are my top five tips on on how we get our pictures looking as good as the food tastes.

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Photographing the Moon and Bears with Digiscoping

Yes, that’s a picture of the moon, taken by my wife earlier in the year … I’m going strictly off-topic with this week’s blog post. And if you’ve got a cellphone you could take shots like this too. All you need is a pair of binoculars (monocular and spotting scopes also work) and a handy little gadget and hey presto, you’re digiscoping!

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