Best Food Photographer in Delhi | 5 Tips for Food Photographyby Prem Kumar Digital Marketing Specialist
Global Platter is a renowned digital platform known for its imitable food photography and styling. It is based in Delhi but works with clients from all over the world. It engages and deals with different brands and companies for food photography and videography related projects which not only help them with a better representation and overall growth but also tries to capture the customer’s attention.
The use of its unique style and perspective is exceptional. It aims to share its photographic expertise through this website content and other social platforms available to a wider audience present all over the world. The attention to detailing clearly reflects its extensive knowledge which is quite evident in the work. Also, along with the food photography, styling and videography; it masters in recipe generation, content writing and social media management which definitely adds a plus and makes it one of a kind.
Thus, by not being restricted to photography work only; it helps food startups and young Indian brands with ideation, SEO work, marketing strategies and brand management which helps them to grow multiple folds.
· 5 Tips for Food Photography :
SOBER TO THE EYES
For beginners, I would suggest to always invest in easy to use and low cost items such as wallpapers or boards with neutral textures/shades. Through this, the product will always be enhanced and remains in focus. The overall theme also remains intact. The neutral tones are safe to use when you are at a beginner level but as the time passes by and you find your own niche then you can certainly experiment with the bolder shades too. Also Read - Best Food Photographer in Delhi
2. KEEPING IT SIMPLE
In the beginning it gets tough to regulate and control the reflection which comes from shining metals as the light get bounced back when we use them in the frame. So, Invest in matte finish metals/ objects/ boards. Not only they restrict the reflection while capturing but results in more muted colors, provides soft velvety texture and simply gives a vibe of its own. Also, as per my experience I can simply vouch on the fact that “Minimalism is the new extravaganza”.
3. DON’T DISTRACT THE AUDIENCE
Always remember that props are used
only to enhance the picture and set up the mood. They are used for adding into
the scene but are never the main subject of the frame. The true essence of the
picture should never be lost or remain confused.
Let the viewer grasp the photo's message and the significance of the props.
4. HUNT THEM DOWN
One pro tip I give to everyone while they choose their props is that before buying new ones; always recycle those which are already available in your house. We all have old metallic vintage looking pieces dumped somewhere in our store rooms. So, must look out for them and try transforming them in an unconventional way. Also, try visiting the nearby flea markets and shops for unique and weird pieces available at throw away prices.
5. DO IT YOURSELF!
There’s nothing more attractive to the
eyes than handmade DIY creations (using contrasting colors of chart papers in
asymmetrical shapes/ using newspapers/ using stoles and scarves/ using plants
and flowers/ painting old diyas). These will be the addition to anyone’s
photography prop list. One might buy boards and articles worth of thousands but
the charm and fascination of a self-created one is always incomparable. They
won’t only be unique but expands your horizons to think out of the box!
Thus, I would say Photography is one such profession which does require investment in tools and equipment like cameras and stands but prop selection is one such task where the photographer can explore and play with. So, never be afraid to use it but use it wisely and creatively.
Global Platter is one of the Best Food Photographer in Delhi. Beautiful artfully lit and food shots by professional photographers.
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