I love all the colours of autumn, both the bright tones of red and yellow but also the dark and moody browns. I like to keep the colours in minimum when it comes to my food photography. There can be bright and vibrant colours to pop up in the moody light but I usually never use more than 2 brighter colours in my pictures. So the brown theme of #eatcaptureshare challenge by @thelittleplantation was fun for me, and I think easier than the other themes for this week (let’s see what’s coming from me then!).
This delicious filling was for the divine chocolate cake you may have seen in my pictures lately. I could have eaten that whole bowl just like that!
Also, you may have seen this in my stories already but finally I created a tip list for how to create a splashing action shot like mine from last week. You can get it free when you just sign up to my mail list! There I will be sending you more tips and tutorials in the future, and you will be the first one to get them! Link in bio!
Do you find it easier to photograph food with a lot of colours or with monochromatic palette?