The Camera I Use To Take Food Pictures and Videos

If you have been following me on Instagram (if you haven’t, you can do so here), you know I take a lot of food pics. I used to just use my iPhone to take pictures and videos, but I felt like I needed something else with a little more kick. So, I started researching cameras that would give me great, quality photo and video for both food pics and my personal photography (which you can see here). After searching and searching for the equipment I wanted, I found the Sony a6000. A mirrorless, and interchangeable lens camera that I have loved using since I got it. In my case, I have been using it with both anย 18-55mm lensย and a 55-210mm lens.

Sony a6000 with 16-50mm and 55-210mm lenses

Below you can see the shots I have taken for FoodieSpace and my personal photography account on Instagram. I love using it in manual mode, but if I am in a hurry, I just use the automatic.

So tell me about your camera. If you don’t have one, share what you would use it on! Would you focus on landscapes, portraits, food, macro photography, etc?

The moon looks very nice tonight. 1/4000 F11 ISO:3200 #alphacollective

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My gosh was this burger good ๐Ÿคค #foodiespace #alphacollective

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