Another very interesting and inspiring style is to get up close and personal with food. Close up food photography reveals details and textures that might go unnoticed otherwise.
In this article we will see how to create compelling food close ups and macros in the comfort of your own kitchen.
You don’t need a lot of space for this kind of photography.
The first thing you need to do is go out and get some interesting food. Be sure to think out of the box and remember to be creative. Buy anything that attracts your attention with its external look and feel, but also anything that you think looks great on the inside, like kiwi fruits.
Vegetables, fruits, sweets, beans and grains are all very interesting subjects. They’re also cheap, easy to find, easy to work with and come in a great variety of sizes, colours, shapes and textures.