How to Take Good Shots of Food With Your Smartphone

Fleeting Colors

It is really amazing that how food colors matter to our appetite. I always love food with bright colors, and green color is a plus because green food is usually healthy. Years ago, I took a photography class, in which we learned how to take food photography. There are many useful tips, such as use wider aperture to avoid blurry spot, or make color adjustments with professional image processing software (e.g. Photoshop). However, when we are going out with friends, there are great chances that we don’t have any digital camera in hand or we don’t have time to do post-processing. But luckily, we have smartphones. I’m not sure if Samsung smart phones have a great camera, but I think iPhone’s fifth and sixth generations have good enough cameras. Below are three photos that I took with iPhone6.IMG_3399

  1. Natural light

Natural light is extremely important especially when you only have a smart…

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Breakfast of Buckwheat and Milk

buckwheat and milk Photo by Natalia Lisovskaya
Photo by Natalia Lisovskaya

For recipes using buckwheat click here

Breakfast Around The World

See what people eat for breakfast around the world from countries like Japan and Canada.
Images complied by sonicbomb on imgur.com

How accurate is it? What do you normally eat for breakfast?

Just Lava….

Stunning shot of volcanic lava

Lava

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Pretty Buckwheat Flowers

This is an amazing shot i found on flickr! Just to share it with you 🙂

A field of buckwheat flowers by TANAKA Juuyoh (田中十洋)

A field of buckwheat flowers taken in Nagano-ken(Prefecture), Japan
flickr photo by TANAKA Juuyoh (田中十洋)