With your help, our photographers make your food look really good.
- Let your staff know the photographer is coming.
- Photographers work while you are open, but choose a less busy time.
- Assign a front-of-house staff member to coordinate the photographer and kitchen.
- Reserve a "photo" table near a window and "utility" table.
- Set the photo table for service with flatware, table settings and drinks.
- Don't plan to photograph customer orders. Plates gets touched and food gets cold.
- Popular and profitable dishes are best.
- Long standing menu items are better than seasonal or one-off specials.
- Avoid complicated dishes, they typically don't photograph well.
- The kitchen should prepare three dishes every 10 minutes
- Plate food as you would serve a customer without over-styling or over-portioning.
- Provide photographers menu details: dish name, price and description.
- Consider sharing "finished" dishes with staff for training purposes.
- In a few days you'll receive photos.
Buy your set for $300.00. Contact us to purchase access to full-size, watermark-free photos, with full copyright.Contact our team with questions