Capturing the art of food and product photography.
Food and product photography is one of the main elements for a company’s first impression on its audience.
Indoor Food and Product Photography
For this photo, I had the bottle and glass sitting on top of frosted plexiglass with a light underneath. Another LED lightbox was held to the side of the product.
This photo was taken of the perfume bottle on a piece of sequin fabric. A fill flash was placed to the right side of the product to add a glistening effect.
For the photo of the yogurt, the yogurt is actually glue to keep the yogurt from melting under the intense lighting. A continuous light was placed above and to the side for this setup.
This Fanta bottle was sitting on frosted plexiglass with a light underneath. Two RGB light sticks were used in this. One was blue and facing the white backdrop, while a red RGB light swung quickly across the frame during a slow shutter speed.
Outdoor Food and Product Photography
This photo of the Coca Cola can was taken near Grand Teton National Park. I balanced the soda can on a rock in the river and bracketed three separate images to get this final look.
Lastly, this image was fairly intricate to set up. I had two people helping me: one person held the knife and dumped water while the other person threw lemon halves at the knife to make it look like it was just cut.