Our smartphones are getting better by the day and the image quality is constantly improving, making the need for a fancy camera obsolete for a lot of people.
But is a smartphone the best camera for food photography, or does a trusty DSLR reign supreme? It all depends on the kind of images you’re hoping to create. And whatever you choose, you have to keep the capabilities (and limitations) of your device in mind.
Matt Armendariz has been working as a professional food photographer for 10 years. He sheds some light on shooting food photography with smartphone and DSLR cameras.
Learn hospitality skills for today’s world, including:
- The kind of lens you will need to achieve the best results for food photography
- The limitations of smartphone cameras and how to work around them
- The benefits of DSLR cameras and interchangeable lenses for taking photos of food
Restaurant marketers, master food photography for your venue. This lesson is also perfect 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.