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Whether it’s to post on Instagram, send in a text or share on a blog, people love to take pictures of their food. The deliciousness of the dish, however, doesn’t always come through in the actual photo. A mediocre photo can make a tasty and brag-worthy dish look average or even unappealing. Ree Drummond knows this firsthand.
Fans know Ree for her beautiful food photography, but when she first started her blog, The Pioneer Woman, in 2006, she had no previous experience using a camera. She shared her top tips for taking a good food photo with Food Network Magazine, along with some of her early shots to show home cooks what not to do.
The picture up top is Ree’s redo shot of her pasta primavera that she posted on her blog (pictured to the left). Food Network Magazine has challenged you to snap your best shot of the same dish for a chance to win a brand-new Nikon D3300.
Think you have what it takes? Enter here. Hurry! There are only a few days left.