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Finding Resources in Oliver
Here are some books that you may find useful during your studies. Search the Bennies catalogue Oliver for more, or browse the Non-fiction collection NFS.
Learn food photography
A site for food photography and food styling enthusiasts who like to learn more about photography and styling.
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Guide to food photography
Taking great photographs of food is a hard-earned skill—after all, that's why some people are lucky enough to get paid for it. But it's also a lot easier to hone these days, no matter who you are; even a smartphone can yield gorgeous, high-quality images.
How to photograph food
BBC Good Food recipe photographer Stuart Ovenden, shares his top tips for photographing food.
11 quick food photography tips to make mouth watering images
If you’ve ever needed to take some food photographs or think this is something you might want to try, here’s a few quick tips for you to get started.
15 awesome food photography tips
Shooting food probably comes the closest to being a full-blown DIY project. There’s a lot going on– from lighting and composing to styling and shooting, food photography is almost always a production. But regardless of whether you are shooting food for a big publishing client or for a small cookbook of your old family recipes, the process of capturing food at its most flattering remains the same.
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