Award winning food photographer, Bianca Brandon-Cox, looks at some of the basic “rules” to create harmonic proportions in your food photography composition.

Food photography requires “out of the box” creativity, technical expertise, vision and of course, a great deal of experience. Not only does the images need to look beautiful, it  should also look mouthwatering and delicious. Award winning Swedish food photographer and stylist, Bianca Brandon-Cox has put together a series of fantastic videos with tips on Food Photography and Styling for both a professional camera and a smartphone. Everything from clever beer tricks, to aesthetically pleasing angles, Bianca covers it all. In this particular episode she looks at composition some of the basic “rules” related to harmonic proportions.

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