Posts Tagged ‘tips’

How To: Photograph Food without a Fancy Camera

Tuesday, May 15th, 2012

My friends often ask me what kind of camera I have when I post my food photos. You must use an expensive DSLR, right? No, not at all. In fact, I use a simple point-and-shoot camera that I’ve owned for years! An expensive DSLR isn’t warranted if you know a few tricks of the trade, which I’m happy to share after much trial and error. Check out my tips for photographing food like a pro at Small Kitchen College! Who knows? There might even be some snickerdoodle photos for your viewing pleasure…

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How to Successfully Navigate a Food Truck Event

Monday, April 9th, 2012

This past spring break, my friends and I attended Santa Monica Food Truck Lot‘s free food truck night in a promotion for BBC America’s new TV show, No Kitchen Required. Food events can get really crowded (especially when they’re free), so I devised a serious game plan before the event that would allow my friends and me the biggest foodie bang for our efforts ($13 food vouchers in this case). These are my best tips and tricks, both obvious and not-so-obvious, for making the best usage of your time at a food truck event.

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