As the spring farmers markets start to explode with flavor, they're also exploding with color and texture as well. So even if you've never pulled out your camera in the low-light of a restaurant, you might be tempted to start snapping shots of all those fresh spring vegetables. But as any budding amateur can tell you, food photography isn't easy.If you'll remember, we compiled a few of our favorite photo tips
for you readers last year. But we're always trying to learn new tips and tricks to make food look more enticing and real.
This list of Ten Tastiest Food Photography Tips from photo newsletter Photojojo confirms what we told you last year, but also has a few extra tips that we think are worth reading for anybody wanting to take strong food photos.
Do you take pictures of your food? What are your best tips?
Image: Smitten Kitchen, via Photojojo.com