• Rule of thirds
By this we mean two things:
a) there is little use of a blurry photo;
b) don’t overcrowd your picture.
a) When your main object is out of focus it doesn’t look good nor professional. To avoid this, try to choose an optimal distance from your object and then tap on it on your phone so it will know what needs to be focused.
b) Many of the best photos are quite minimal – you can see one interesting object and it draws all your attention to it. Don’t be afraid to leave some background – it will only make the object stand out more. We are not saying you can’t use props – flowers, ingredients or anything that makes your object stand out more (we will talk about them in the next section) – just make sure to not overdo it, so the main focus is still where you want it to be.