29 Delicious Photos Of Popsicles

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Popsicles, just like ice creams can be one of the most challenging food items to photograph as you only have a few minutes to work on them. If you are ready with the settings and follow a few tricks, you can get some stunning and colourful photographs of popsicles.

When photographing popsicles, you need to check on a few factors to get a professional quality image. Some of them are visual interest which includes food styling, choice of colours and interesting light, theme, composition, keeping it simple and looking natural, planning in advance, using props, telling stories and most important of all, making the final image look mouthwatering.

If you wish to go beyond the basic compositional guidelines and produce truly outstanding images, you will need to use advanced compositional techniques and for that we would recommend that you check out Photzy's “Advanced Composition” guide.

Here are 29 delicious photos of popsicles that are a visual treat and can also inspire you to get creative with food photography.

Image by Chris Reyem
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If you want to go beyond the rule of thirds and discover how to see light, shadow, lines, curves, repetition, space, to compose your images, we'd recommend you to check out this “Advanced Composition” Guide by Photzy. It is years of practical knowledge condensed into one simple book.

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If you wish to implement techniques that award winning photographs use, then the “Advanced Composition” guide by Photzy is worth it. It will help you with easy to implement techniques, essential skills, visual interest, understanding light, compositional strategies, assignments and much more.

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Image by Min An
Image by Jarritos
Image by Lindsay Moe
Image by Chris Reyem
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Image by Alison Marras
Image by Kim Daniels
Image by Dina Nasyrova

Get your copy of the “Advanced Composition” guide by Photzy that is a 239 page easy to follow practical guide, packed with training including 38 assignments, 84 key lessons and 117 self check quizzes and create award winning photographs in no time!

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Dahlia is a stock photographer and full time educator at Light Stalking. You can find her on Gurushots and see some of her more popular articles at The American Society of Media Photographers. Get to know her better here.

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