My Favourite Food Photography Equipments

MY FAVORITE PHOTOGRAPHY Equipment

As you scroll down to my oldest blog posts, you will find some extra blurry images with no proper lighting and fancy equipment. It took me 3 years to build my arsenal so whatever equipment you see below you don’t have to get them all. I am sure there is better equipment out there but these are the ones I use and don’t have any problem with it so far.

When it comes to blogging honestly the least you have the better. There is equipment I bought over the years that I am not even sharing here because I don’t really use them. Don’t go crazy over buying these, save and buy one equipment at a time.  Treat yourself on my birthdays or Christmas as I do.

So my favourite is my iPhone 6 , so many pictures o this site are with my iPhone and I find it so practical and quick and if you are not that fussy with the images then it does a fair job.

Then, of course, my second favourite is my softbox which is important when living in Ireland where you can’t rely on natural light too much.

This Food styling and Photography book gave me the confidence to try new styles. I haven’t touched it for the last 2 years but it did help me at the start. They also have a Kindle version now!

Then is my  Nikon DSLR which I am very proud of investing into. I wish I used it more often though. Perhaps when I am not pushing the buggy anymore 🙂

Oh yes! This remote was such a fantastic add on as I can get very shaky hands. If you don’t have it, get it now! like I mean now!

 

Then is the editing part which I enjoy less than the photography. Some of my blogger’s friend describes editing as therapeutic but it’s not for me. I tend to do very little when it comes to my images.

But the 2 apps I would strongly recommend are Lightroom and Photoshop. Both have a free trial period which you can try to see if you’re become comfortable using then only you can subscribe to their monthly payments.

For other of my favourite tools, you can visit this section here

I can give suggestion all day but if you don’t sign up for a host and start building your site today, then it’s not going to happen.  Start from this and be consistent in writing and researching.  You will learn the rest eventually. Don’t worry about the growth just yet. Worry about building the site.

 

I hope this post inspired you today. Now I would love to hear from you. Do you have a goal? What is the one thing you are taking from this blog resource post?

 

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