Black peppered, kerala kokkum flavoured soft cheese with caprese salad, served on a banana leaf.
Colour wheel is a great tool in food photography. It helps you what colour goes well with other colours.
Photography is all about capturing light and light is made up of three colours red green and blue. When we combine these three colours we get white. If you notice certain colours compliment each other, red goes great with green.
Primary colors are – red, yellow and blue. Combinations of these three colors produce three secondary colors: purple (red and blue), green (blue and yellow) and orange (yellow and red). Further mixing of these colors can produce a whole range of tertiary colors from which to compose your photographs.
Complementary colours are colours opposite to each other, split complementary colours eg: either sides of the complementary colours are considered as the split complementary colours. Any three colours together or side by side are considered as analogous colours, which goes very nice together.
But some colours like blue are difficult to find in food. Instead use your boards or props to complement these to finish off your food story. If you are into photo editing tips in lightroom please click on the link.
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