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Whether it be any questions, collaborations, or just say have a good ol’ chin wag,
feel free to email at:

daisyandthefox@gmail.com

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  1. Hi Bec, I found your amazing blog via tumblr and I’m in love with your style of food photography. I would love to run my own food blog which I am planning since last year.. Do you have any tips on how to start a food blog and take as great photos as you do? Best wishes, Anja from Germany :-)

    • Thanks so much for your sweet comment Anja! :) (and i’m sooo sorry for the late reply!)
      Absolutely!

      my top tips would be:
      – pick a blogging website that best suits you e.g. wordpress or blogger.com or even purchasing your own domain! (i found this was the best one, as I could make my blog more personal and individual)
      – write posts about food that you really love and are passionate about, you’ll enjoy it so much more when you do this – honesty is the best policy! :)
      – remember that a blog is something to learn and grow with, and your blog will most likely adapt and change as you move through life, so just enjoy it! As long as you love what you are writing about that’s all the matters :)
      – think of a catchy name for your blog that stands out and is ‘you’!

      for photos (I’m completely self taught – so I’m no expert, but trial and error is my best friend!)
      – natural light is another best friend for taking food photos (i like to photograph next to a window)
      – a plain background or table to shoot on is perfect for starting out and allows the food to shine
      – props will enable you to truly capture the essence and style of the food you are photographing. I love to rummage through vintage stores to find these sort of one of the kind ‘pieces’, or even just use your favourite pieces at home!
      – and lastly, just learn as you go, and have fun experimenting and adjusting till you find your own flow! it’s all about trial and error

      i’m happy to do a post on it if you’d like?

      hope this helps! let me know if you have any more questions :)
      and good luck with the blog!
      x

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