Photography – Food on Wood

As my appreciation and interest in food photography began to grow, I looked for ways to get better. One thing I realized was how important the presentation of the entire picture was.

Aged wood backgrounds really bring character to a food photograph. They seem to have an incredibly weathered look that’s capable of taking an ordinary bowl of mac & cheese and making it look insanely sophisticated, elegant, and even rustic.

I had a job with a major client last week and they had this amazing wooden interior. Their modern design with wooden furniture, flooring and ceiling, wooden dining furniture and shelves not only enhanced my photographs, but also helped me get some magical clicks!

Are you thinking about creating a wooden background for yourself to take food pictures on? Well, if you happen to be a DIY person (or know someone) then I highly recommend building your own reversible food photography table top.

I also recommend investing in a set of Lowel EGO lights. They give off a nice soft light that will elevate your photo quality even more.

Published by Sanchali

Doin' stuff on the internet since 2002. Lover of food and travel, Content Creator, Mom of a beautiful girl, Wife to a great Husband, Editor, Social Ambassador & Influencer, love Photography & Videography, love to talk/write about Lifestyle-Food-Coffee-Shopping-Beauty-Gifts-Jewelry. For collabs & reviews, you can reach out to me at sanchali@sancsuum.com

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