Lighting can make or break the kind of food photos you click. Professionals swear by natural light, adventurous photographers are ever ready to take risks in artificial light and make it work. But have you ever experimented with food photography during the golden hour?
For those who don’t know about the “golden hour”, it is the hour after sunrise and the one right before the sunset. During these times the sun is low in the sky, producing a soft, diffused light which is much more flattering than the harsh midday sun that so many of us are used to shooting in.
You won’t find a lot of people tell you to shoot food in that light. Some might even advice against it. But you won’t know unless you try, right?
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