Table set for two, broccoli and salad on the side, two glasses filled with white wine

Top tips for smartphone food photography

In this short video, our food photographer Ellen Richardson talks us through her top tips for smartphone food photography. She looks at:

  1. Lighting
  2. Styling
  3. Composition
  4. Editing

You’ll be taking fantastic smartphone pictures of your food in no time with these simple instructions. If you want a more in depth overview of how to generate food pictures with a DSLR camera then please have a look at our Brighton food photography top tips.

Ellen filmed this video at Plateau in Brighton’s Lanes, you can see the results of her smartphone shoot below.Four different food plates served on table Top tips for smartphone food photography Top tips smartphone food photography Table served for two, two glasses of wine, bread and broccoli on the sie

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