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Why Photos are Necessary for Your Online Delivery Menu
Food Photographer

Let's be honest. We are not ourselves when we are hungry. Even more so when we can't wait to order our food and get it delivered to our doorstep. So how do we keep our customers' attention when every other ounce of patience is spent elsewhere? With so many online delivery platforms, it's hard to stay competitive. But most of them make photos optional, and we think otherwise. A way to stand out is through good photos that do you justice, and here are reasons why.

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If you want to be practical, you can say that it's easy to take photos of your own food. But what makes things hard is exactly what makes you stand out from the rest - making these photos good and high quality. Here are three common mistakes that we've seen when people host photoshoots for their food.

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Photographers have always found pride in their equipment, from large aperture lenses for the wedding folks to high fps bodies and long lenses for the sports photographer.

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Is Large Format still viable for Food Photography in 2019?

I have been a huge proponent of the largest sensor since I started shooting on a Nikon D70 in 2006. A larger sensor was always the solution. Lower Noise, larger photo sites, higher dynamic range, better bokeh etc.

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