Lori called to me from the restaurant door as I passed. Could I take some food photos for the Budapest Restaurant website?
Now that everybody shoots dinners for Facebook, why not? How things have changed since the days when advertisers spent small fortunes hiring teams of photographers, art directors and food stylists!
My efforts (above) would never have cut the mustard back then, but today they’ll do the trick. I hope everything looks good enough to eat, because the food is delicious. I ate the pierogi as my reward and had a coffee milkshake for dessert.
Handheld Sony WX350 point-and-shoot camera, available light. Yes, Photoshop too, for cropping, sharpening and adjusting.
As photography becomes easier, it is also becoming harder. Copyright rules in Germany now allow chefs to ban photography of the dinner you buy! [Story link]