1 easy step you can make today that will help you take better food photos for your wellness business, social media, Instagram, recipe book or wellness business

Hey there! 

 

I'm really glad you're here, because I have a super duper easy trick that's proven to improve food photos and I guarantee that it will increase your chances of gaining more Instagram followers for your wellness business.

 

The best part... you can practice this trick anywhere you go, with any type of camera... you don't need any special equipment... and it's completely free. 

 

First, I want to honor you for your desire to educate your community and share your wealth of wellness knowledge. And I also want to applaud you in your savvy efforts to boost your business through social media. And now, I want to help you make your efforts as successful as possible. 

Will This Trick Benefit You?

 

 

Do any of your food photos look similar to these? If so, this trick is going to be an amazing game changer for you...

improve your instagram social media food photos with these five diy tricks
improve your instagram social media food photos with these five diy tricks
improve your instagram social media food photos with these five diy tricks

 

(None of the above photos were taken by WSS. They were borrowed from Instagram)

It's Okay to Supplement Professional Marketing Imagery with Your Own Snapshots... Just Make Sure They're Good.

 

If you're like most people who aren't pro-photographers, you probably don't have tens of thousands of dollars, to sink into pricey photography equipment... and you probably don't have the time it takes to devote to learning all the ins-and-outs of creating quality photography.

That's okay.

If you're using mostly professional imagery, like the stock photos you find here at the Wellness Stock Shop, to market your business... you can supplement your marketing imagery with your own non-professional snapshots. The most important thing to consider when using your own photos, however, is whether the image is pleasant enough that your potential clients want to see it, and it doesn't devalue your brand and your business.

 

No Need to Invest In Pricey Photo Equipment... This Trick is FREE!

 

As a professional photographer, I'd love to give you some tips on how to easily step up the look of your DIY food photos... to make sure you're able to get out your message, inspire your followers, and attract more viewers.

Don't worry... you won't need hundreds or thousands of dollars to achieve better results. The trick I'm going to share with you today is the single best things you can do to improve your food photos... and t's 100% free.

Check out the difference in these two photos of the same shake, using the same iPhone camera. By applying this simple trick, you'll be able to achieve this improvement...

From this... 

improve your instagram social media food photos with these five diy tricks

To this... 

improve your instagram social media food photos with these five diy tricks

 

In this video, I'll be going through the two common light sources I constantly see people using with food imagery on Instagram that ruins their food photos... and what you should use instead.


Watch me create follow-worthy food imagery using my iPhone + 5 easy tips...  right here, right now... 

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I hope this simple trick does wonders to help you improve your food photos and feel confident about your posts... and that you start to see more interaction and follows.

If you found this post helpful, I'd love to hear from you! What did you find most useful? Do you want to know more? Let me know by sharing in the comments below...

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2 Comments

  1. Alina on April 21, 2016 at 9:37 am

    Very helpful tips, thank you Briena!
    My photos tend to turn yellow :(, although I don't use a lamp or the phone's flashlight. Here is a sad example: http://orgali.ca/2016/04/tasty-tuesday-banana-almond-bread/. Any tips on how to avoid this?

    • Briena Sash on April 21, 2016 at 6:45 pm

      Hi Alina, I'm so happy you found these tips helpful! I took a look at your site, and you're doing a great job... that banana bread looks scrumptious! So, I know exactly the problem you're having with your phone camera. It has to do with the "white balance" or the temperature of the photo. On a manual camera, you'd be able to adjust for the temperature. Unfortunately, these phones - even the savvy iPhone - auto adjusts, according to what it thinks looks good. You don't have a manual option for adjusting the temperature, or how warm/yellow the images look. The only way to do this would be in post-processing, after you've taken the photo. You'll need an app for this, and the most popular app (which I use) is Camera Plus. In the app, you'll be able to find a "temperature" adjustment, which looks like a little thermometer and will allow you to slide a bar to make your photo warmer (more yellow), or cooler (more blue). The app also includes tons of other helpful stuff, like sharpening and blurring if you need it. One other thing I noticed in your photos, and I'm not sure whether this is just a web thing... they don't look as crisp and focused as I'd like to see them. One way you can play with this is to tap your phone screen on the area you want to be in focus. Sometimes if you're too close to the subject, the camera won't be able to focus. If that's the case, just back up a tiny bit and try again. You can crop the image in closer later if you want. I hope this helps! Thanks for connecting!

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