This tip can help you take better food photos with your phone


Taking pictures of food and uploading it on social media is a common practice these days. But just like everything out there, this procedure has two sides. Some photos you click would be excellent while some would be horrible unappetizing.

One of the factors that could lead to the latter category is the usage of your phone’s flash camera. We might naturally opt for the flash if the restaurant is dim lit. This, however, can result in a bad photo and make the food look flat. So it is advisable to take photos of food when there is a good amount of natural light available.

But in desperate occasions, you can also play around with the brightness and contrast of the photo after it’s taken rather than going with the flashlight.

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