• I've just started venturing in to food photography and it has been a very appetizing experience! In fact, food photography has become quite the trend, likely because of both the resurgence in food culture and the ability to share food photos on social media platforms. I am working in a Professional resume writing service and interested in photography as I am a passionate of travel. Photography is a magical kind of art that allows people to preserve time and moments, and to describe the world the way they see it. The shutter of the photographer's camera makes that repeated mechanical sound. That unlocking and locking of the doors of light to send momentary images of the present into the light trap of the past. There are a few techniques I've learned by trial and error that have helped me improve the images I get with just my camera body, a 50mm lens, and sometimes a tripod — no fancy lighting equipment, expensive macro lenses, or other gear needed. Here are eight simple ways you can improve your food photography without even breaking a sweat.