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Food photography requires so much more than a photographer, a camera, and the product - it requires talented people to make the food look good! A little known secret is that food needs a lot of help to read correctly in print/online, let alone to look appealing and "mouth-watering." Authors and stylists Linda Bellingham, Jean Ann Bybee, and Brad G. Rogers teach aspiring food stylists, and photographers, the ins and outs of the craft, in their book, More Food Styling for Photographers & Stylists: A Guide to Creating Your Own Appetizing Art.
These talented stylists have filled "More Food Styling" with step-by-step photos that show you exactly how to construct the perfect subject - whether it be a burger and fries, a frothy beer, or a towering cake. The "photographer's comment" sections, extended from earlier styling guides by the trio, explain each shot and why it works. The included shopping lists provide all-encompassing lists of the essentials you'll need to complete assignments like a pro. Whether you're building a career, or simply want to make your culinary creations more enticing "on film," these experts show you how.
Step-by-step photographs show you exactly how to build your hero, from start to finish
Extended "photographer's comment" sections explain what works about the shot, and what steps were taken to get there
Handy shopping lists ensure that you'll have everything you need on hand to complete your assignments
Table of Contents
Chapter 1: Building Your portfolio suggestions for stylists and photographers who want to begin their portfolio or beef up an already existing portfolio
Chapter 2: Beer and cocktails
Chapter 3: Working with packaged foods: Pizza and peas tips and techniques for turning an off-the-shelf pizza into photo-worthy works of art featuring whole pizza styling and a "cheese pull" pizza slice; working with "Serving Suggestion" styling frozen veggies
Chapter 4: Soups
Chapter 5: Tacos
Chapter 6: Hot dogs
Chapter 7: What's for breakfast? Working with pancakes, cereal, and smoothies
Chapter 8: Montage shots: Working with a client's product line features building an "entertaining" montage image for our grocery sponsor, central market
Chapter 9: Styling a first course dish: Playing with focus, camera angle, set composition, and crop presented with a series of shots showing progress of styling a hero first course dish. The project will undergo focus, angle, and set composition changes to emphasize the importance of these elements in hero shots
Chapter 10: A few tricks of the trade
Chapter 11: Shooting food on location: The good, the bad, and the ugly
Appendix: By Brad G. Rogers; Includes information about working shots on the computer, how and why food shots are handled differently than other types of shots