For many, in 2020, a camera is no longer a tool it is an appendage. It’s almost always at hand, costs little or nothing to use, and is, increasingly, a powerful tool for marketing.
This piece from the Wall Street Journal was among the first that looked at how restaurants were encouraging customers to take photographs of their meals for the purpose of advertising:
It got me looking for advice about perfecting food photography—much of which translates well to the smart phone camera.
And here are some of the folks who do food photography and food styling professionally…
Photos above from Unsplash: Food image by Brooke Lark, camera image by Jamie Street.