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Food Photography With Tamron Lenses

Food bloggers Nadine Horn and Jorg Mayer chat about how they create their images.

|  Tamron SP 90mm F/2.8 Di MACRO 1:1 VC USD in Food
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Nadine Horn and Jorg Mayer are a formidable duo in the realm of food blogging. 'eat this!' has been running for years now, and their passion for healthy eating and photography are key themes in their work.

All the images are taken with natural light. "We're lucky enough to have plenty of natural light, although this can be a problem as well, depending on the position of the sun. Sometimes we have to juggle a few diffusers until the light is right." Says Jorg. 

The pair love being creative in the kitchen, and have mastered the art of making food look super appertising for their images. "We really value well chosen props", says Jorg. "Other than that, you just need to have fun experimenting!"

Jorg and Nadine shoot with a variety of Tamron lenses, although recently they've taken a particular liking to the SP 90mm f/2.8 Di Macro. "With that lens we can not only take detailed photos of ingredients - the longer focal length in combination with the large aperture means that we can get photos with shallow depth of field and beautiful, soft bokeh", Explains Nadine. 

Read more about Jorg and Nadine's photography in the Tamron magazine interview


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