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Top Customer Reviews
Thank you Bill for putting so much info in this book!
I always start reading the introduction, in this case written by the author, and I was very quickly turned off. Bragging about all the magazine covers and articles and hey, even something on NY Timesquare adboards is just that, bragging. Find an other person to write the intro then, this way it just sounds self important and self inflated to me. An instant turn off. Be as great as you want to be, but please, be a bit modest.
I spent a good hour with this book, there really are very few photos that are attractive to me, so I'd suggest to look at it in a store first, before buying. Unless you love the cover photo. Everything seems pale and unsaturated to me, grey meat, a boring roast chicken. Maybe it is a problem in printing, entirely possible, maybe it's the author's taste. I must say so, I subscribe to the majority of food magazines published in the US, and their photos look nothing like the examples here.
There is also no good info on how to set up a table and lights or work with natural light. Food styling is touched a tiny bit, kind of in the not enough info but I'd like to have more area.
I own most of the food photography books published in the recent years, they all have their flaws and upsides, but at least their images speak to me. Of course, entirely subjective, you might love the images here, and that's totally fine.Read more ›
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It's a good pictorial essay book. I would have like to have seen illustrations on the actual lighting setups. Read morePublished on January 22, 2014 by Barbara Saul
This book is the best guide to Digital food photography there is. It covers the basics to business clearly and in a fun way. Read morePublished on August 28, 2012 by MPhoto12