For any restaurant or recipe guide, food photography is key in selling the final product.
Pinterest has spurred sales and new recipes solely through photos. People choose their wedding cake bakery first by image then taste.
The depiction of food can make or break a chef in the eye of the public. We have a list of some of the best papers to portray edible art in the best light.
Red River Paper PROS Lou Manna, Kiyoshi Togashi, and Jim Divitale are masters of food photography. Check out their profiles here:
Want to learn more? Find wonderful food photography tips and tricks at Lou Manna's Digital Food Photography website.
68lb. UltraPro Gloss prints vibrant colors and deep blacks with any inkjet printer. 10.4mil thickness gives your prints true photo lab quality. Compatible with any inkjet printer, this paper dries instantly for immediate quality and resistance to smears.
Arctic Polar Luster is, by far, the finest luster photo paper on the market today. It has a rich, lustrous bright white tone, extra weight, extra thickness, and a splendid "E-surface" photo texture will set your prints apart from the rest.