Composition and image analysis in Food Photography | Color \ Colour Theory | Deliciously Creative | Marianne Haggstrom - Deliciously Captured | Food Composotion Tips

I want to welcome you to my  brand new space of all things food photography.  Here I wish to share with you handpicked tips in

inspirational compositions and colour inspired creativeness + some handpicked editing tips! 

This is the perfect place for you to start your food photographer journey! Lets be Deliciously Creative and share the passion!

Deliciously Coloured - Colour Theory in Food Photography

Deliciously Coloured -
Colour Theory in
Food PHotography

 
Our imagination is driven and inspired by colour, the harmonies and the mood they deliver. Inspiration is what sparks our creativeness. Colour theory provides you the understanding and clarity of the colour combinations which are universally most pleasing in the design and photography. In this ebook we will explore colour psychology combined with inspiring photo analysis with practical advice. We will get familiar with different colour combinations which will allow you to achieve the most harmonious imagery as well as familiarise ourselves with season colours.
See ebook preview below

 

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Deliciously Creative - Captivating Food

Deliciously Creative -
Captivating Food Photography simplified
 
Food Photography requires an eye for visual balance and harmony. It requires creating and capturing a scene which evokes emotions and allows your gaze to linger in the frame with ease. This 80 page e-book was created to help you capture your visually pleasing WOW imagery and to compose them with confidence. In this e-book I have gathered most commonly used and trustworthy composition techniques.
See ebook preview here.

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Deliciously Creative -
LEADING LINES composition technique

 
Creating captivating food imagery requires composition techniques that allow the image to be viewed with an easy and to have an organic flow. 
One of these techniques is leading lines. 
This handy little documents shows examples and 
gives tips how to use lines in your imagery
to make them stronger and more visually pleasing.  

Composition and image analysis in Food Photography | Color \ Colour Theory | Deliciously Creative | Marianne Haggstrom - Deliciously Captured | Food Composotion Tips

Deliciously Creative - Compositional analysis

 (Dalgano coffee)

 

Deliciously Creative - Image Analysis and Compositional tips focuses on certain image and explains the compositional thinking behind creating the capture. In this first analysis mini ebook I focus on a capture of a Dalgano coffee, minimalistic and simple image which is made special with colour harmony and compositional techniques. 

Colour Theory in Food Photography | Color Theory | Deliciously Coloured | Marianne Haggstrom - Deliciously Captured | Food Composotion

Colour Theory in Food Photography (sample ebook)
 
 
Creating truly captivating food images with strong storytelling starts with stunning colour harmonies. Colour has such a strong influence in the image we capture and that is why I wanted to share with you a sample version of my upcoming ebook " Deliciously Coloured - Colour Theory in Food photography". This is the first ebook of the "Deliciously" - series.

My full version available to purchase above via PayHip

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Captivating "Mood" Photography -
creating food photography with the right emotion
 
Capturing a mood, sensation and particular feel is what food photographers aim to do. This can be one of the challenging aspects of food photography - to learn to evoke the right kind of emotions, delivering the right kind of message while creating a captivating and visually balanced and aesthetically pleasing scene.
I want to focus on elements that allow you to create the right kind of mood in your imagery.