When you’re a food blogger, photography plays an important role. The way in which you present food recipes and other kitchen adventures is usually what entices an onlooker to replicate your creations. It’s one thing to say how you made something. When you can actually show and prove, your content truly comes to life. This is why Mommy Mochi blog founder Kristen Morita puts ample effort into showcasing her Asian-inspired food recipes.
What are your go-to tools for creating visuals on Mommy Mochi?
Since last year, I have been using a Sony mirrorless camera for all my photography. Just recently, I got a 50mm lens to use for food photography and it’s completely changed my food blogging game. I edit all my photos on my phone using the free Lightroom app! For other visuals, I like using the rewardStyle widgets, and of course, I love Canva for creating Pinterest pins and other graphics.