Framing Tips for Wine Photography

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Wine Photography Tips

#3: Framing

 

As part of the build-up to the inaugural International Wine Photography Day, on Tuesday, November 20th, we asked food photographer and Fujifilm X-Photographer, Chio Fernandez, to share a few of her top tips on how to photograph wine.

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This is where you can get creative. The three main points of view to focus on are the top view, 3/4 and straight on. And within those views, you can shoot wide and include context or narrow and really get close to your subject. I use an XF56mm F1.2 for my closer shots and an XF23mm F1.4 for the wider shots.

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Always consider your background when you are framing and ask yourself: is it distracting? A way of avoiding busy and distracting backgrounds is a shallow depth of field. Alternatively, find a white wall or a backdrop board that you could use to cover the distraction.

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When taking your photos think that although your subject may be wine, there is no need to have wine in your frame; a cork, a bottle opener or an empty wine bottle can also make a great photograph.

 

Chio Fernández

Chio Fernandez is a professional food photographer who lives and works in London. She is also a Fujifilm X-Photographer. When shooting food (and wine!) she likes to use her Fujifilm X-E3 - “I love how compact and lightweight it is, making it easier for me to move around the table and to get into different angles”

 

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