The artistic attempt used to create attractive photos of food is called food photography. It involves perfectly positioning, lighting, and photographing food to highlight its attractiveness.
Baked delight Indulge yourself in the irresistible sweetness of decadent cookies.
The first chapter of “Lens and Ladle” looks into the amazing world of the Golden Triangle Rule in the delightful world of food photography.This rule offers a unique foundation for creating eye-catching compositions since it is derived from geometry and design concepts. A balanced and attractive design can be achieved by dividing the frame into three equal portions using diagonal lines. The Golden Triangle Rule’s methods and applications in food photography will be discussed in this chapter.
Squash A taste of autumn in every spoonful is waiting just for you.
As an enthusiastic food photographer, I think arrangement is essential to creating attractive pictures that perfectly represent the spirit of culinary art. The Golden Triangle Rule, which developed from geometrical and design concepts, acts as a guide for creating well balanced and visually alluring compositions.
Confection A slice of heaven awaits with every bite.
This rule served as a guiding concept to boost my composition techniques by helping me in arranging important pieces that provide depth and visual flow.
Dumpling Experience the perfect blend of taste and tradition with each mouthful.
The portfolio book “Lens and Ladle” highlights the artistic side of food photography. I want to express the eternal beauty of food by combining fundamental ideas and rules, like the Golden Triangle Rule. I attempt to create visually striking photos that showcase the delightful attraction of culinary creations through diligent style, lighting, and composition techniques. As this book reveals the methods and techniques used to produce breath-taking compositions that showcase the genuine artistry of food.
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