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LIGHTS, CAMERA, ACTION: A few props will ensure you get that perfect shot of your lunch. And don't forget to compose.



Don't just point and shoot. Take some hints from the experts, who share their tips on taking great food photos with a smartphone
Oct 3, 2015 5:50 AM

"THE most important factor to getting a good photo is to be in a brightly lit area," says Danny Lim, founder of True Colours Photography who has been shooting food for 20 years. "Without good lighting, you may end up getting lousy pictures even if you use a DSLR camera."

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