If you want to upgrade your food photography game, it's worth investing in a few essentials. A decent dSLR camera and top-notch lenses are worth the price. But shelling out big cash for photography backgrounds? Not so much.
Though dozens of specialized businesses now sell backgrounds for blogging (with most starting at $100 a pop), I've never needed to shell out big bucks for photography backdrops. And I don't recommend that beginning food bloggers do, either.
Whether you're just getting started as a food blogger, or are a seasoned pro looking for a fresh way to shoot, this simple $20 hack has made it easy to create some of the best images of my career.
Join me in the studio and discover this secret now.
Photos Shot with This SetUp
Want to see this idea in action? Here are a few photos created on my colorful canvas squares. Turns out monochromatic is totally brilliant!
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