Tips for Editing Beautiful Food Photos on Your Smart Phone (Part 2)

Tips for Editing Beautiful Food Photos on Your Smart Phone (Part 2)

I have a lot of apps on my iPhone 5s, but the one I turn to the most is  Snapseed , a fun photo editing app that I use to improve my food photos. This app crops, straightens, brightens, saturates, adjusts the white balance, and a whole lot more. It turns my food photos from drab to delicious in minutes. (Snapseed is available for  Android  and  iPhone .)

I took this image of our Garden Turkey Meatballs and Spaghetti with my smart phone. It’s OK …

But with a few Snapseed edits, it pops. For the past four years at FNCE, the annual meeting of the Academy of Nutrition and Dietetics , I’ve worked with Regan Jones, RDN and Janet Helm, MS, RDN on teaching fellow registered dietitians how to improve their food photography. In Part 1 of my post-FNCE  Smart Phone Food Photography  series, I shared tips from the workshop for taking better smart phone photos by focusing on lighting, props, and composition.

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