5 Tips for Better Food Photography on #KitchenParty
If you’re like us, then you’re probably obsessed with taking food photos. At BakeSpace we are constantly uploading food pics to our facebook, intagram and twitter pages. However, there isn’t a day that goes by when we don’t stumble upon a photo that simply redefines what’s possible in food porn. How do they do that?
Join us on Thursday, March 28th as we welcome NYC food photographer Evi Abeler of WhipandClick.com (also follow Evi on G+) to KitchenParty live on Google+. Evi will share with us her 5 favorite tips on taking better food photographs.
Want to share your pictures?
In addition, feel free to share with us your favorite food photos by tweeting to our show with #kitchenparty. We’ll share your photos with Evi and get her feedback.
SHOW AIRS LIVE – THURSDAY, MARCH 28th @ 8PM EDT / 5PM PDT
HOW TO WATCH THE SHOW: At 8pm Eastern / 5 pm Pacific on Thursday, March 28th, join us here and click on the video that will be added to this page about 20 minutes before the show starts. Follow the conversation on twitter by using #kitchenparty or head over to our G+ page!
Our Guest on Twitter: @eviabeler
Evi Abeler is a New York City-based lifestyle and food photographer with a background in graphic design and a gift for capturing the quiet beauty inherent in any subject. Evi’s diverse client roster includes museums, restaurants, publications, designers and artisans. Most recently she has worked with Anthology Magazine, Food+Wine, FoodNetwork, Sweet Paul Magazine, Lotta Jansdotter and The Rubin Museum of Art. Originally from Germany, Evi has joyously adopted New York City as her second home. When she’s not behind the camera, she is working with pastry chef Albane Sharrard on the food blog Whip+Click (http://www.whipandclick.com). You can see her work at http://www.eviabeler.com and follow her on Instagram @eviabeler.