cooklybookly
Mobile Phone Mobile Phone
Mobile Phone
Learn how to photograph food with Jemma

Phone cameras are so good now that many people choose to use them over a digital camera. However, there are some fundamental differences that you need to know, plus I recommend my top App for taking pictures on your phone, Mobile Lightroom CC.

Watch the video

Jump to a specific point

  1. Lightroom - best app for taking pictures. watch
  2. Setting up the phone before taking a picture. watch
  3. The lens and best perspective for phone shots. watch
  4. Exposure control. watch
  5. Demonstration. watch
  6. Closer look Mobile Lightroom CC app. watch
  7. Summary of using a camera phone - remember compostition and lighting too!. watch
  8. Editing with your native camera app or the Mobile Lightroom CC app. watch
  9. Suggested apps for enhancing your images. watch

As a food photographer for over 15 years, I have worked with some of the top chefs, cookbook and magazine publishers, and food producers in the industry, including Jamie Oliver and Jamie Oliver Magazine, Sophie Wright, Gok Wan (yes I know he is known for fashion but he's also the author of a couple of cookbooks and is a very good cook!), Tilly Ramsay, Penguin Books, Kyle Books, Hodder & Stoughton, Quintet Books, Olive magazine, Waitrose Kitchen... and many more. I also shoot for branding agencies, PR and Marketing agencies. Please visit my website to see examples of my work.


I love to tell a story with my images, and I'm happiest when documenting interesting food stories. This could be detailed images of where the food is grown / farmed, the person growing / farming it, and all the processes until it ends up on our plates or in our larders! Equally, the subject could simply be the dish but I tell the story with the styling and composition. I'm looking forward to sharing these techniques with you here on this website.


One of my passions is teaching people how to take better photographs either with a camera or a mobile phone. I run webinars and workshops (only online at the moment due to Covid 19) for total beginners and for those wanting to take their photography to a higher level. Please keep an eye out as I will be promoting these on the Cookly Bookly website. I am confident that I can help you to improve your photographic skills and by putting these lessons into practice, you will produce those mouth-watering images of your food!

Mobile Phone
Learn how to photograph food with Jemma
favorite
print
rate

Phone cameras are so good now that many people choose to use them over a digital camera. However, there are some fundamental differences that you need to know, plus I recommend my top App for taking pictures on your phone, Mobile Lightroom CC.

Watch the video

Jump to a specific point

  1. Lightroom - best app for taking pictures. watch
  2. Setting up the phone before taking a picture. watch
  3. The lens and best perspective for phone shots. watch
  4. Exposure control. watch
  5. Demonstration. watch
  6. Closer look Mobile Lightroom CC app. watch
  7. Summary of using a camera phone - remember compostition and lighting too!. watch
  8. Editing with your native camera app or the Mobile Lightroom CC app. watch
  9. Suggested apps for enhancing your images. watch

As a food photographer for over 15 years, I have worked with some of the top chefs, cookbook and magazine publishers, and food producers in the industry, including Jamie Oliver and Jamie Oliver Magazine, Sophie Wright, Gok Wan (yes I know he is known for fashion but he's also the author of a couple of cookbooks and is a very good cook!), Tilly Ramsay, Penguin Books, Kyle Books, Hodder & Stoughton, Quintet Books, Olive magazine, Waitrose Kitchen... and many more. I also shoot for branding agencies, PR and Marketing agencies. Please visit my website to see examples of my work.


I love to tell a story with my images, and I'm happiest when documenting interesting food stories. This could be detailed images of where the food is grown / farmed, the person growing / farming it, and all the processes until it ends up on our plates or in our larders! Equally, the subject could simply be the dish but I tell the story with the styling and composition. I'm looking forward to sharing these techniques with you here on this website.


One of my passions is teaching people how to take better photographs either with a camera or a mobile phone. I run webinars and workshops (only online at the moment due to Covid 19) for total beginners and for those wanting to take their photography to a higher level. Please keep an eye out as I will be promoting these on the Cookly Bookly website. I am confident that I can help you to improve your photographic skills and by putting these lessons into practice, you will produce those mouth-watering images of your food!

Our social features are coming soon