9 ways to edit colors in Lightroom correctly for food photography that you’re probably not doing.
Don’t create another photographer’s vision. Read to find out why they could be holding you back.
Do you understand color correctly in photography and postprocessing? Read this to ensure you’re getting the best from your colors.
The food styling stage is so important. Make photo-worthy pies that will have your audience drooling with my favourite beautiful pastry recipe.
Need a tripod but not sure what to buy? In this ultimate guide we’ll look at the best tripod for food photography plus what you need to shoot overhead.
To get a photo-worthy pie crust for your food photography that people will drool over, follow these 7 simple food styling tips for the perfect pastry.
You’d never have a gap in your resume, don’t have one in your portfolio. Improve your portfolio with these simple tips.
How Lightroom Magic has helped food photographer Himanshu Taneja overcome creative blocks and gain confidence in Lightroom editing and get that wow factor.
An infographic with 10 simple tips to help you know how to capture food for Instagram and create an engaged following, no matter what camera or audience size you have.
Do you struggle to tame linens and napkins in food styling? Then watch this video on 5 creative ways to fold them to create beautiful food photography.
Ever wondered how people get started in food photography? How they manage to make a living from doing what they love? Here is my journey into food photography and how I got started with food photography.
There are so many composition techniques to use in food photography. So which one do you choose? Here are three foolproof techniques for creating interest.
Colour theory in food photography is a visual design element used to create interest. Here’s a simple, yet effective way to use it in your next shoot (which is my favourite way to use it!)
Do you feel like you spend too much time on social media comparing your photography to someone else’s? Here are 4 tips to redirect your inspiration and find your style.
Do you feel pressure to find your style when it comes to your photography? Avoid the comparison and consumption trap by NOT doing these three things.
Let’s chat about the two best angles that you should be using with your smartphone and why.