5 Tips For Cell Phone Food Truck Photography
If you are a food truck owner, then you should know by now that social media is a big part of the process. If you are a beginner, or are still browsing food trucks for sale, then let’s make one thing perfectly clear: Social media, once again, is a big part of the process.
In the spirit of that thinking, let’s tackle five tips for phone food truck photography — because everyone loves pictures of food.
Don’t Be Afraid To Take A Video
Yes, a photo is different than a video — we get it. However, when you are cooking up a storm at your mobile kitchen, why shouldn’t someone take a video while that is going on? Costumers would love to see how the food is made, and watching a food video tends to make the appetite go wild.
Take The Picture While The Food Is Hot — Literally
Like fresh out of the oven hot. Food tends to look at its best when it is sizzling. The perfect time for gourmet food truck owners to snap their pics: When the food is fresh.
There Are Plenty Of Helpful Apps Out There
When it comes to filters and all of that other fun camera stuff, there are plenty of apps out there that mobile food truck owners can download. Thanks to these apps, you don’t have to be a photo editing expert to create a nice picture. The best part: There are plenty of free apps out there.
Take A Bunch Of Photos — And Use The Best One
This should go without saying, but here it goes anyways: Make sure you take a ton of photos. You will then have plenty of options when it comes to picking the best one. When it comes to lunch truck photos, more is always better.
Get The Lighting Right
Lighting can make or break a mobile catering truck photo. After all, being too bright can be devastating, and so can a shadow that you didn’t see at first.
The key is that you are having fun with these photos, because we all know your kitchen truck costumers surely will while they are drooling over them on Facebook.
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