To get your photos noticed and potentially go viral on social media, you need to do more than come up with creative photography ideas. Keegan Evans shows you how to use short-form video like Tik Tok and Instagram Reels to help get your images noticed on these platforms. From content ideas to ideal video length, you’ll be ready to shoot your own short, vertical video!
Do you have any tips for getting your images noticed on social media? Please share them with us in the Comments section.
Yana Zabavnik shares her five food photography tips on finding your style. What kind of lighting do you like? What kind of props do you want to use? Do you prefer a food flat lay or a macro photo? The answers to these questions will help you find your style when photographing food.
Which of these tips will you apply to your own food photography? Do you have any of your own to share? Let us know below, in the Comments section.
Go behind the scenes with Food Visualist and Commercial Director David Ma as he shares his five tips for food videography, including food styling, creating cinematic shots, producing and more.
Do you work in food videography? If you have any tips you’d like to share, or questions about the process, please use our Comments section.
Jordan uses the Wacom Intuos Pro and Wacom Cintiq Pro 24 to edit his food photography. Both Wacom products offer a customizable, comfortable, and ergonomic editing experience.
How do you see the Intuos Pro and Cintiq Pro 24 fitting into your workflow? Let us know in the Comments, below.
Jessica Hirsch, aka @Cheat Day Eats, shares five of her favorite food photography tips, such as photoshoot prep, lighting, composition, and more. Whether you run a food blog or want to up your social media game, these tips will be helpful to you!
What are some of your tricks for photographing food? Tell us about them in the Comments section, below!
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Steve Giralt shares his tips on how to upgrade your beverage photos and videos, from lighting techniques to food styling. Watch this video, then tell us about your own food photography tips and tricks in the Comments, below.
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We show you how to make fake ice cream, how to style your food photography, how to set up your lighting, and how to edit your photos. Whether you are a food blogger or are looking to start doing commercial photography, this in-depth tutorial is for you!
We show you how to combine landscape and food photography at home. These photography ideas are a fantastic way to let your creativity and imagination run wild!
Check out these At-Home videos for more ways to help you stay creative at home.
Feeling inspired by these ideas? Let us know in the Comments section, below.
1,206 Views· Posted 04/12/2016
In this B&H video, Alexa Mehraban (@EatingNYC) takes us around New York City and shows us some Instagram photography tips for foodies! Follow Mehraban as she shows us some delicious tacos, shakes, dumplings, and more. “Don’t be afraid to play with your food to take a better picture,” says Mehraban —advice only our mothers would disagree with! We hope you enjoy the video, and invite you to view the wide selection of other instructional and informative videos at BandH.com.
3,783 Views· Posted 02/05/2016
In this episode of B&H Prospectives, we take a look at the vision and workflow of professional food photographer and director Andrew Scrivani. The video begins with an introduction to Scrivani's background and the events that led to his working in the food-photography world. From here, Scrivani talks about some of the technical aspects of his work, including lighting styles and his sources of inspiration, as well as his learning process and how he overcomes challenges, from shooting to post production.
Producer and Director: Jessica