Be it a Sunday lunch you've cooked at home, a selection of groceries found on a stall or a collection of spices you've taken out of your kitchen pantry, food is something that's easily accessible which makes it a great subject for photographers. You can create still life pieces, get creative with props or just really focus in on the food item itself. Don't be afraid to experiment and remember to upload your fab food shots to the ePHOTOzine gallery or the Photo Month forum where there's e2 memberships up for grabs!
To get you thinking about food as a photographic subject, we've brought our food photography related pieces together so you can brush-up on your technique before raiding the fridge for interesting food items worth photographing.
Photographer Taylor Mathis explains how to take cracking food shots outside.
Capture great food-filled shots with these 3 quick but essential tips.
If you're heading off for some half-term sun or a planning on venturing away from the UK later in the year, take the time to enjoy and admire local dishes but don't forget to capture a few shots of them first!
Here's ten tips that'll help you grasp the basics of food photography in a few easy steps.
Food and lifestyle photographer Taylor Mathis shares his tips on lighting and how different types of light will change the look of your images.
More tips, including where to find inspiration, can be viewed in this article.
Last year, Nikon teamed up with Jamie Oliver and David Loftus to bring you some top food photography tips and here they are.
Nikon explore food photography further and offer a few more tips on taking top shots of starters, mains and puddings.
For more information on the Nikon camera range, including the D800, D610, D7100, COOLPIX A and Nikon 1 AW1, visit the Nikon website.