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How to create authentic work as a food photographer

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In today's episode (66) of the EAT, CAPTURE, SHARE Podcast, I'm speaking with Ritumbhara Chinnabalan, a food photographer, visual storyteller, and recipe developer based in India. We chat about how to find your style, how to create authentic and unique work and how to stay inspired. Here's what else you can expect from today's episode...

 

  • I share exciting news about the #eatcaptureshare challenge and my signature online food photography course!

  • Ritumbhara introduces herself

  • Ritumbhara describes her she found her way to food photography

  • We talk about how every food photographer can create their own signature style

  • Ritumbhara offers her top tips on creating authentic photos

  • Ritumbhara speaks about how to use colours in your food photography work

  • Ritumbhara talks about how to select your photography props

  • Ritumbhara explains how she tells stories through still images

  • Ritumbhara talks about how the Eat, Capture Share Challenge has impacted her work

  • Ritu shares where she draws inspiration from

     

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