Pittsburgh Photographer- Food, Portrait, Commercial
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Best Food Photography Lenses For 2019. Best Food Photography Lenses for 2019 Stephen Kelly June 15, 2019 Inspiration, News, Photography, Product Reviews, Production, Resources, Video Leave a comment. Food Photography – On the face of it, it seems simple – point your camera at some delicious food, take a photo and voila: food photography.
Best Cameras And Lenses For Food Photography. One of the most popular questions I receive is what are the best cameras and lenses for food photography and what I use or recommend. Obviously it depends on your budget and needs, but after quite a bit of research in the past few years, I’ve come up with this list to help you in making the right decision.
4 Ultimate Food Photography Lenses For Beautiful Photos. 4 Ultimate Food Photography Lenses. I shoot Nikon, and I love the prime lenses in my kit. I use each of these lenses when I am working. This post isn’t about ‘exactly which’ lens to buy, but rather to consider the focal length that is flattering for food photography.
The Best Lens For Food Photography. The Best Lens For Food Photography it can work well as portrait lens for taking pictures of the people who make the food! Lenses with macro capabilities come in a variety of focal lengths and
Best Nikon Lenses For Food Photography. I came across your post about lenses for food photography and I have a couple questions. I have a Nikon d3300. I want a lens to use for food photography, but also one that I can use to take good landscape shots while I travel. I am torn between the 50mm f/1.8G and the 35mm f/1.8G. Can you help me learn more about what may be best? Thanks! Amelia
What Lens Should You Use To Shoot Food?. This post was updated April 13th, 2017. I get asked, “What lens should you use to shoot food”, all the time. These beautiful little purple carrots are perfect for doing a lens test to show you some different lenses to help you pick your perfect lens.