By Darina Kopcok. To edit food photography, it requires a bit of a different approach than you might take with other types of photography, like portrait or landscape. The objective is to keep the food looking as fresh and appetizing as possible, which can take a subtle but considered hand.
Although there is always room for style and artistry, the more real your subjects look, the better. Lightroom is the program of choice for most food photographers. It’s intuitive and relatively easy to use and offers most of the tools required to make great food photos.
For this article, I will walk you through…
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I’m still learning to master Lightroom, but I’ve loved it from the beginning. Find this and other fantastic photography posts at Digital Photography School.
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