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How To Photograph Food More Creatively With Top Tips From A World-Famous Food Photographer

Helge Kirchberger is a really great food photographer who has teamed up with 2 Michelin-star chef Jorg Bruch to show you how to capture exciting action-style food photos.

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Our friends COOPH have teamed up with some food royalty this week to bring you a really cool food photography tutorial that's all about getting creative with explosions, fire and ice! 

 

Food explosion

 

In the video tutorial, which you can hit 'play' on above, world-famous food photographer Helge Kirchberger and 2 Michelin-star chef Jörg Bruch show you 4 ways you can make your foodie images a bit more exciting with the help of a few props and some really fun tricks. 

 

Food in ice

 

"Want to present your food in a little more exciting way than usual? No problem." The COOPH Team. 

Ideas include 'defying gravity' where they deconstruct a delicious burger and make it 'float' with the help of wires, sticks and a bit of Photoshop magic. They also show how you can freeze items in ice, play with fire, make food explosions and add liquid to food for a creative twist. 

 

Floating burger

 

Cabbage

 

Enjoy the tutorial and if you need more food photography fill, have a look at these top techniques: 

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