It’s nice to have a style, but you can change your angles of food photography depending on the recipe.
There’s no one style that’s best when photographing food. You might want to have a pattern for Instagram, but it’s actually recommended since not all food will look good in the same setting.
Close-up photo of a dish with texture really visible. Simply to none background.
To help people imagine what’s it like to sample all of it. The pouring or dipping moment caught on camera.
Perfect for pizzas, colorful dishes and cookies. Could be turned into a mini-scene with props.
Ideal for burgers, drinks, cakes. Usually the background is blurred.
Whether it’s crumbs, flour, garnish or sauce, sometimes it’s fun to make a mess.
Doubling or tripling the plate has become a trend with everything in focus. Repetition in food photography can easily create a more yum effect.
Background and props create a story for a photo. A good excuse if the food isn’t very good looking or interesting in its own.