#38 BONUS! The biggest food photography and instagram trends for 2020 revealed


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In today’s BONUS episode (38) of The EAT, CAPTURE, SHARE Podcast, I’m speaking with the adorable Lauren Caris, food photographer, teacher and food blogger at Food Photography Academy and bubbly Joanie Simon, also a food photographer, teacher and food blogger over at The Bite Shot. We’ve come together to discuss THE biggest food photography, food styling and social media trends we see coming in 2020. If you want to be prepared and get a head start on food trends and developments, this podcast episode is for you…

  • I talk about why you NEED to join the Winter instagram food photography challenge (find more details below)

  • I talk about what the future hold for The Eat, Capture, Share podcast

  • Lauren Caris and Joanie Simon introduce themselves

  • We talk about why everyone is going gaga over artificial light food photography

  • We briefly touch on the history of artificial light food photography versus natural light food photography and the role food bloggers have played in this process

  • Joanie explain why staying creative whilst using artificial light is so important

  • We talk through how WARM and EARTHY tones are taking over in food photography

  • We highlight why instagram’s popularity is stagnating and why we’re all more mindful about our social media use

  • We say where things are at on the instagram platform (it’s not where you think)

  • Lauren, Joanie and I express our views on why the multiplatform approach is EVERYTHING for food bloggers, content creators and food photographers

  • Find out what we really make of Tik Tok

  • We speak in depth about why food ethics is no longer a fringe topic


Find the full show notes here.

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