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  1. 1/23/2014
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    As ever, great tips from Kirsten on photography (and life in general 😉 )

    • 1/29/2014
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      Thank you, Abi! That means a lot coming from a talented photographer I also admire. <3

  2. 1/23/2014
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    Great tips – especially the use someone else’s flash also the recommendations on accounts to follow. Thanks!

    • 1/29/2014
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      I’m so glad you found this piece helpful! Thank you.

  3. […] How to be better at Instagram and food photography – Savoir Faire Abroad – I really love Instagram but I’ve never got the hang of food photography. I see so many incredible meals on Instagram that instantly have my drooling. Then when I try to recreate it, mine looks like a pile of slop that even I don’t want to eat. There are some great tips here! […]

  4. 2/4/2014
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    Happy to see Ethan on here! Great tips as always, Kirsten. :) :)

  5. 5/3/2014
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    I am terrible at food shots (this is Deb, not Dave) I think it’s an art that not a lot of people do well. I rarely open my instagram feed and find a good foodie shot and truthfully, when too much food comes into my feed, I’ll ignore or unfollow. (I don’t unfollow much, but I agree, when it’s just bad and you’re showing me your morning muffin and coffee, I’m not interested. When I do find a great one, I am totally impressed and let them know it. It’s so rare! I’ll definitely be checking out these recommendations. Thanks! Kirsten, I know that you too are great at food shots. I would like to make a motion to include you in this list :-)

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