These Steps Can Help You Become Great in Food Photography
THE 10,000-HOUR RULEYou might have heard that it takes 10,000 hours of practice to truly become a master at any given skill.
Malcolm Gladwell popularized the 10,000-hour rule based on a research by Anders Ericsson, in his 2008 New York Times bestseller, Outliers.
The good news is that working and practicing smarter, not just harder and longer, can help you capture delicious plates of food.
The best photographers can easily explain why food photography is important to them. They can also tell you how they developed their food look.FINDING AND REFINDING YOUR INSPIRATIO
Build new subsets of skills in your food photography journey by exploring new settings, foods, and even methods of shooting.LEARNING NEW SKILLS
Find someone who shares your love for food photography, and ask them to give you constructive criticism on your work.SEEK FEEDBACK
Spend time on learning the ins and outs of the camera you do have and the photo editing software you do have access to.KNOW & IMPROVE YOUR GEAR
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