Just like your selfies, foods have certain angles that accentuate their best features. Luckily, there are only three food photography angles you need to keep in mind. These three are best practice for showing off all your wonderful meals and their perfectly plated details. The challenge is figuring out which dish demands which angle!
Matt Armendariz has been shooting food professionally for a decade. In this lesson, he shares his tips for getting the best shots.
Learn hospitality skills for today’s world, including:
- The best food photography angles: overhead, three-quarter, and horizon
- The images you can achieve with each angle
- How to decide on the best angle for the dish you’re shooting
Restaurant marketers, master food photography for your venue. This is also a perfect lesson for owners and managers of small venues who want to up their photography game.
Matt Armendariz has been working in the food industry for over 20 years. His food photography has been featured in a range of publications, from cookbooks to The New York Times.