Take Your Best Shot
Photographs of food and beverage abound, thanks to social media and smartphones, presenting ample opportunities to market a restaurant. To capture the best photos of food and beverages, here are some tips from the pros:
Try to fill the frame with food, when giving context to the surrounding environment is inconsequential, advises Jason Wessel, in-house photographer for Gracie’s restaurant in Providence, Rhode Island.
When in doubt, there are three great angles to shoot from, says Jenna Benty, art director at Crier Communications, a Los Angeles–based PR and advertising firm. Shooting from a bird’s eye view helps viewers feel…