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Food Photography Toronto!
If you’re in the food business, your food images have to look better than perfect. This rule applies regardless if it’s hot dogs or fine dining – for cookbooks, menus or ads. If it has that “wow factor” that only an expert food photographer can create, it will sell for you.
As an experienced Toronto food photographer, Michelle Manzoni knows that your food images are part of your brand so they must be nothing short of exquisite. When it comes to food photography Toronto has many options to choose from, but how do you select the right one?
What Sets Michelle Apart From Other Toronto Food Photographers:
Almost all food photographers add in a food stylist to help them create an appetizingly delicious shot. A food stylist however, may not be necessary. Michelle has styled most of the shots she’s taken. See for yourself – many of the “self-styled images” are included in her portfolio.
Her experience comes from having set up the shots for each of the cookbooks she’s done and many other food projects. However, she humbly attributes much of the appetizing imagery to excellent food staging skills of chefs with whom she’s collaborated. For larger projects like menu photography or cookbooks when multiple menu items are shot in succession, a stylist could be an asset for projects with tight deadlines.
Toronto Food Photographer Rates Can Vary Greatly
As you look to select food photographers in Toronto and GTA, you may discover that rates can vary greatly. When comparing prices be sure that you are dealing with a professional food photographer that specializes in food. Some general photographers may claim that all photography is the same but the results they produce will disappoint you.
Ask to see a portfolio or samples of previous work. Once you have a short list of food photographers ask if the quote includes a food stylist. You may discover that it does not and that a stylist will be an added cost. If not, do they have food styling experience? Study their portfolio and ask if a food stylist set up those images.
Professional food photographers have special lenses, lighting and training to pull off the shots that very few people can even imagine. If your food images are to appear in menus, magazines or websites they’ll be seen by many thousands of people. You’ll want them to be nothing short of enticingly appetizing.
Michelle is among the best food photographers Toronto has to offer – known to have that natural ability to create food images that look so scrumptious that you’ll want to eat the paper they’re printed on.