It's been a year since I created this for @poetrybylnc
And here is something that took me a while to realise, but I did realise it eventually.
The success of a photoshoot depends 50% on the client, and 50% on the photographer.
If the food, the final product, the plating is not upto the mark, there is very little even the best food photographer can do for you. .
And sure, you can style the food, change the plating, change the crockery it's served in, but in that case are you really representing the brand? Are you really representing the restaurant, with 100% authencity?
So here are my two cents on this. @PR
houses, Social Media Agencies, and brands, it's a little unfair to us photographers if you bring us on board and expect us to deliver mind blowing images, when the final product isn't finessed. 🙆♀️
And this is a very polarising statement, and it's a grey area very often, but if the final product isn't Sickkkkk, I think it's a little unfair to expect Sickkkkkkk images. .
@ Food photographers, stylists, do you feel me? 🙆♀️