question about food photography

Started May 28, 2013 | Discussions thread
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Ray Maines
Ray Maines Veteran Member • Posts: 3,817
You're On The Right Track

MJFinelli wrote:

I am planning on shooting meals I cook and will make a book just for personal menu use.

I currently have been using the 55-210 lens because I feel if I stand further back it takes better macro shots then the kit lens.

Not to quibble about the definition of Macro, I think you're on the right track. Generally speaking, longer is gooder. Concentrate on your lighting. Use a tripod and lower the ISO to 100.

There are a million tips and tricks to food photography. Google is your friend.

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