Guest Post: 7 Top Food Photography Tips + Giveaway Winner

When Georgette of Chocolate and Figs invited me to do a guest post on the importance of good food photography on food blogs, I wasn’t just honored, I was blown away! I’ve been an admirer of Chocolate and Figs for some time now and can’t get enough of Georgette’s wonderful photography and recipes.

I don’t have to tell you how important good food photography is these days on food blogs. We eat first with our eyes, and it’s much harder to get excited about a recipe if an unappetizing photo accompanies it. I know many bloggers complain that they don’t have the time or resources to accomplish beautiful food photographs, but I’m here to tell you that you can.

For the full post please head over to Chocolate and Figs!!


Giveaway Winner

In other exciting news I am happy to announce that Paolo from Disgraces on the Menu is the winner of my signed copy of The Book of New Israeli Food by Janna Gur!!! Congratulations Paolo. It will be in the mail within a few days! Thank you to everyone who participated!!

27 thoughts on “Guest Post: 7 Top Food Photography Tips + Giveaway Winner

  1. Beth

    Your photography is always so beautiful, no wonder you were asked to guest post about it 🙂 Going to check out your post now!!!

    • Katherine

      Thank you Tina! So glad it is informative. I have a ton to learn as well and I also get totally caught up in styling! So much to get caught up in.

  2. Island Vittles

    great tips! I need to focus (hehe) more on lighting now that winter is here — no worries photographing dinner when the sun goes down at 9:30…not so when it`s gone by 4pm! Theresa

  3. Nandita

    Just through with reading the post Katherine. I must say the post was very informative. Even I use photoscape for photo editing. guess that is something we have in common 🙂

  4. Paolo @ DisgracesOnTheMenu

    Thanks Katherine for Janna Gur’s book! I’m excited to read it – I was really lucky.

    And thanks also for your great food photography tips! I’ve been experimenting lately and I can definitely use a hand there 🙂

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