by Robert Sansivero ·Posted 08/11/2023
In this third and final part of the Food Photography at Home series, we’re going to be utilizing strobe lights. In Part 1 we tackled natural light and, in Part 2, we used continuous LEDs and practical lights to approximate natural light.
by Robert Sansivero ·Posted 05/15/2023
Now that we have a handle on using natural light for food photography, it’s time to move on to continuous light sources. When natural light isn’t available, or you want more specific control and placement of your light, you’ll have to use your own sources. Natural light setup from
by Robert Sansivero ·Posted 04/17/2023
If you’re just getting started with food photography, you probably have some questions. I certainly did. There are countless ways to set up a beautiful shot of a meal or enticing ingredient. Where to start? This three-part series will focus on how to light food for photographs. We’ll start with natural light since it is the most abundant and affordable light source. Many successful food photographers create stunning images using only natural light. Next, we will consider continuous lights, ranging from incandescent bulbs at home to tunable
292 Views ·Posted 02/18/2018
In the following video, videographer Chase Kubasiak shows us how to capture the appearance of floating in water without breaking the bank. Kubasiak meets with photographer Melissa Morley, who has perfected this technique for her own work, and asks her to walk us through the process. Morley and Kubasiak describe the tools and materials you may need, as well as any post-production that needs to be done to complete the shot, by performing their own shoot for you to watch. We hope you enjoy the video, and invite you to view the wide selection of