I had the opportunity to meet the lovely and super talented Lindsay at an event sometime ago, and let’s just say that she def left a lasting impression on me ;). What a beauty she is both inside and out! I truly admire her heart and all that she’s accomplished, and I look forward to seeing where the Lord leads her in life. You see, I love that even at first encounter, we were able to share our faith so openly and without hesitation. Love it! It’s always encouraging to meet another sister in Christ!
In any case, I’m guest posting on Lindsay’s page today, sharing some personal tips in regards to improving food photography. I do not have any formal training and am by no means an expert, but here’s what I have accomplished over the past two years. Let’s let the photos speak for themselves.
There are tons of great resources out there – Tasty Food Photography and I also have a Pinterest board containing helpful tutorials and info I’ve come across. Rather than reiterating what others have so beautifully explained, I chose to share about my workflow or routine.
Here’s a short clip from the post:
“My biggest piece of advice to you is to keep practicing! One of the reasons why I continue to be drawn to food photography is because no matter how much I improve, there’s so much more to learn!
Isn’t that the beautiful thing about photography? There’s absolutely no room for stagnancy. It encourages continuous learning, practicing and experimenting.
I used to read tons of resources and follow their suggestions to a T, but over time I’ve come to the realization that no rules are set in stone. What’s most important is that you find your own unique groove and begin to develop your own sense of style. It’s still a work in progress for me ;)”
To read more, head on over to Lindsay’s page! See you there 😉