How to take better food photos on Instagram
"Watch the video! Great photos tips from Ashley Rodriguez (Notwithoutsalt.com) and Chef Curtis Stone"Serves | Prep Time | Cook Time
Why I Love This Recipe
We recently teamed up with Princess Cruises, Chef Curtis Stone (SHARE on Ruby Princess) and Ashley Rodrguez for an afternoon of culinary storytelling and food photography workshop. The event was part of our content creator conference and events called TECHmunch. To learn about all our events, visit techmunchconf.com.
TECHmunch is a traveling food content creator and influencer conference produced by BakeSpace.com.
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Tip 1: Use a menu to block shadows
Tip 2: Want brighter pics? Try lunch instead of dinner for better natural light.
Tip 3: Tell a story. Hands, a napkin, a glass in the shot can make a big difference. Don't be afraid to take a photo after you take a bite.
Tip 4: Add yourself. Food is pretty on a plate, but it's best served with fun. Snap a photo with you while enjoyng the meal.
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