Interview with Melanie Lemahieu

  • How did you start your business in photography in the first place?


My father was an amateur photographer, I have learned analog photography on the fly, helping my father to process photos in the darkroom. When digital photography started to be accessible, I decided to go to a photography school in order to learn digital photography, Photoshop techniques and to become an “official” photographer. After a few years taking assignments on the side next to my office job as a customer service specialist and after graduating from the Dutch photography school Fotovakschool in Amsterdam, I did everything in my power to turn my passion for photography into a full-time occupation



  • What makes Melanie Lemahieu different from other professional photographers?


I’m a passionate and enthusiastic photographer, I think every person is photogenic, capturing feelings, small moments and interactions between people quickly became a passion and I also always had an insatiable creative itch. I truly love helping people and capturing their emotions and the connections between them. I know how to capture the memorable essence of each event and to offer imagery with a vibrant twist to my clients, imagery that has real heart & soul.

With a background in marketing and customer service, I truly love helping people and have the mission to provide my clients with a great experience, I am dedicated and work as a fly on the wall!



  • What kind of camera gear do you use?


I am using 2 Canon 5D Mark IV bodies together with different prime lenses.



  • What is your favorite lens and why?


It is difficult to say, I love all my lenses, depending on the situation and the requirements I need different lenses, but if I have to pick one, I would choose my zoom lens 24-70 mm 2.8 L II USM



  • What’s your favorite tool/software to edit your pictures?





  • When you go on travel, what are the essentials you take with you in your bag?


My Canon 5D Mark IV with my 24-70 mm lens for landscape as well as my 70-200 mm lens for close-ups when I cannot approach the subject, for street or wildlife photography



  • How do you keep improving your photo skills? / How do you educate yourself?


I am part of many professional photographers groups where many new techniques and ideas are discussed, I am reading professional press and follow different tutorials online



  • What picture that you have taken, you are the most passionate/proud about and why?


Tough question! A lot of photos I have captured have a special meaning for me! If I have to pick one, I would choose a shot I took from a small Cessna plane without any door flying over the Island of Ameland. Without passion and love for discovery, I would not even have stepped into that scary little plane! I took that photo before I actually dared to “jump in the void without a parachute” to become a full-time freelance photographer. When in doubt or in a difficult time, it reminds me of how turning a passion into my work is a blessing and even if it sometimes things are challenging, it is important to persevere

aerial view of the mudflat coastline at low tide with water wind
  • Who is your ‘mentor’? / Who is someone your look up to (photography-wise)? 


There are so many great photographers who inspire me as Martha Holmes, Linda McCartney, Mary Ellen Mark, Vivian Maier, Reza Deghati, but not only, also painters and filmmakers as Rembrandt or Truffaut. 



  •  What is your favorite location in Amsterdam to shoot?


NDSM, Amsterdam Noord, my favorite playground, so many possibilities to create!

Family and children Photoshoot in Amsterdam, together with the family for a fun photo session
  •  What is the one thing that takes a picture a good picture, in your opinion? 


There are different ingredients for a good picture. It is like cooking, 100 g of technics, 100g of attention to details, 100g of patience, 100g of composition, 100g of luck being at the right time at the right place with that perfect light, 100g of courage to approach a subject or guide your model, 100g of talent but overall, as much as you need of passion!



  •  What tip would you like to give to people who just started in photography?


Don’t go crazy buying the most expensive equipment right away, keep your camera with you when going around and keep on shooting



  • Since everybody nowadays has a camera in their pocket, what makes a professional photographer different from people who just take photos for a hobby?


It is true that nowadays cameras are able to produce very fine quality images. A professional photographer is well aware of this. This is why, even if a professional photographer very likely uses the best possible professional equipment, he/she advertises the images he/she took, not the gear he/she uses. It is also very true that what even the best camera on the market doesn’t feature are experience and knowledge.

Experience and expertise are primordial and there is not any shortcut to it. Not only a professional photographer has followed a proper training, thoroughly learning photography techniques and concepts, building up skills and expertise, he/she has also spent many hours taking pictures in various environments, exposed to many settings, lighting conditions and subjects and has been able to cope with many different situations.  He/she is able to adapt and act on-the-fly, ready to capture that unique moment.

He/she knows posing techniques, is able to guide large groups, and a crucial requirement in photography, he/she is able to master lighting techniques.



  • What is your favorite discipline within your photography skills? For instance; do you like wedding photography more than event photography? Why?


My favorite area is to photograph events whether it is corporate events, private events such as weddings, or concerts and festivals. I really blossom when I have the chance to meet people from all walks of life and cultures, but most of all because I truly love looking for, sharing and capturing unexpected moments, portraits emotions and the connections between people, like a fly on the wall.



  • What are your goals as a photographer in the not too distant future? What is the first step you would take to achieve this goal?


Well in this particular period with coronavirus, I would say that expectations and goals have shifted a bit, I would love to be able to work and live again as before, to capture a big event with a lot of smiling people!



  • On what event would you like to take pictures as a professional photographer? / What is the number one event (as in a big concert for instance) you would like to take pictures of as a professional photographer?


Unfortunately many artists I really wanted to photograph passed away before I had a chance to get there or even before I was born! But I would love to take pictures of a concert of Iggy Pop or Bruce Springsteen, and not from the sound tower 100 m away! From the pit or even better the stage! (Dreaming is allowed right?!)

I would also dream to be an official photographer at the Cannes festival!


How do I get the most of my bachelorette photoshoot? Use these posing tips!

Amsterdam is a great location to plan your bachelor or bachelorette party, with plenty of great spots to have fun!

One of the many fun activities you have to make sure you plan during your bachelorette weekend in Amsterdam is a photo session.

A great way to spend quality time with your friends, have fun in a beautiful city and bring priceless memories back home

But what does a photo session look like and above all, what pose to take?


Here are 15 posing ideas for a successful and fun bachelorette photoshoot in Amsterdam!

1. Point at the camera

Bachelorette party photoshoot Amsterdam session photo EVJF

2. Everybody jump!

Bachelorette party photoshoot Amsterdam session photo EVJF

3. Everyone in one line with legs crossed

Bachelorette party photoshoot Amsterdam session photo EVJF

4. Throw the bouquet

Bachelorette party photoshoot Amsterdam session photo EVJF

5. Inline, back to the camera, except the bride who turns around

Bachelorette party photoshoot Amsterdam session photo EVJF

6. Grab some balloons

Bachelorette party photoshoot Amsterdam session photo EVJF

7. Lift the bride-to-be

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8. Bride-to-be in front

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9. From above

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10. Dance!

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11. Hug

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12. Throw confetti’s or leaves

Bachelorette party photoshoot Amsterdam session photo EVJF

13. On a bridge

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14. Grab a bike

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15. Feet only

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What are the best ways to capture my bachelor party on camera?

A photoshoot is a perfect way to have fun with your friends and capture unforgettable memories!

Here are 5 tips for a successful and fun bachelorette photoshoot.

1- Coordinate your outfits


The key to successful photos is to coordinate your outfits and accessories.

Play with color tones, with materials (leather, self, lace, tulle) and with patterns (flowers, special print/text for the occasion).

Determine a color scheme; by choosing tones that complement each other, the images will indeed have a more harmonious and natural look. 

To do so you can select two main colors and then add softer tones to accentuate and complete your color palette. 

Useful tip: avoid vivid/flashy colors as well as entirely white clothes items, as they often do not give a nice render.

If you have to make a choice, pastel colors, neutral toning, earthly tones can never go wrong! 

A great source of inspiration and help to coordinate colors can be found on Pinterest, you can also use this tool 

Think about a particular theme (casual in jeans, glamorous with long dresses, fun with tutus) and make sure to match your shoes think of matching your shoes (Spartans, ballerinas, heels, sneakers).

Good to know: even in black and white images, well-matched colors and pattern match will give a harmonious render to your photos!

Bachelorette party photoshoot Amsterdam session photo EVJF
Bachelorette party photoshoot Amsterdam
Bachelorette party photoshoot Amsterdam session photo EVJF
Bachelorette party photoshoot Amsterdam session photo EVJF

2. Enhance the bride


Make the bride stand out with different clothing and accessories, customize her outfit, which will place her in the center of the group.

Accessories such as colored sunglasses, a (different) tutu, a bouquet of flowers, balloons, a (different ) hat, a sign made for the occasion can help to make the bride stand out.

Bachelorette party photoshoot Amsterdam session photo EVJF
Bachelorette party photoshoot Amsterdam session photo EVJF

3. Detail to the end of your nails


A nice make-up is always great for any photo session, to accentuate your eyes with mascara, a little eye shadow or camouflaging dark circles will make a huge difference for your photos.

But for this professional bachelorette photoshoot, do not hesitate to play a bit more with your make-up, it can be a little more intense than normal for a nice result. Flashy lipsticks look great on photos as well as colored nail polish!

Bachelorette party photoshoot Amsterdam session photo EVJF
Bachelorette party photoshoot Amsterdam session photo EVJF

4.  Accessories


Be creative!

Bring matching accessories to play with, such as confetti’s, bubbles, glitters or balloons.

This will give a personal and harmonious touch to the images, which is always fun!

Colorful accessories will also give a colorful and vibrant boost to your photo in case of a grey day!

and in case of light rain, bring transparent or colorful umbrellas to match your outfit!

Bachelorette party photoshoot Amsterdam session photo EVJF
Bachelorette party photoshoot Amsterdam session photo EVJF
Bachelorette party photoshoot Amsterdam session photo EVJF

5. Bags and jackets


It can be cold when shooting a bachelorette in Amsterdam. Even if it is a little chilly outside, best is to either wear matching comfortable coats, jumpers or insulated undergarments, so you are free to move around. Indeed big fluffy coats are not very handy and not so charming on pictures.

Another very fun and photogenic way to fight the cold: moving around and hugging each other!

Bring small bags to carry your personal belongings around. We can safely put them down next to us when we are taking the pictures.

You can also get coordinated bags as an accessory to enhance your shots!

Bachelorette party photoshoot Amsterdam session photo EVJF
Bachelorette party photoshoot Amsterdam session photo EVJF
Bachelorette party photoshoot Amsterdam session photo EVJF


All of these tips should not make you forget that the best ingredient for a successful bachelorette photo session is to have fun.

During the session everything is allowed: running, jumping, dancing, throwing confetti, using smoke bombs, kissing friends, etc. In short, just let yourself go. This will improve the result!

If the result is a little crazy, it means that we have reached our goal!

Here are also a few posing ideas to make your bachelorette photo session a success!

How to get the successful business portrait you deserve!

Having modern and professional Corporate Portraits on your website or your online social media profile as LinkedIn is one of the best ways to get noticed and find the success you’re looking for. Investing in corporate headshots will help you to strengthen your brand and online presence, impress your clients and grow your business.


But I know, like many people when it comes to standing in front of the camera, and I am part of this group, the first thoughts that probably come to your mind are : “I look awful on pictures”, “I don’t like having my photograph taken”, “I find it awkward”

But take a deep breath and relax, here are a few tips to help you get the most of your professional portrait.

1- Your clothes

What you are going to wear is important, it needs to reflect your personality. For the best result, it is recommended to avoid busy patterns or thin stripes. Also, avoid clothing with large logos or a text as is also distracting.

Bear in mind that for close up headshots, inscription or logo may be cut off appearing only partially leading to a strange render.

If you have to make a choice, also prefer plain clothes with colors that enlighten your skin tone, go with soft color tones and avoid either all white or very flashy colors as they tend to not turn nice on photos.

business corporate professional portrait headshot of a man
business corporate professional portrait headshot of a woman

Also take the background into consideration and adapt the color tones of your outfit accordingly. Will it be a plain white wall? then avoid a white shirt so that you will blend in, will it be outside with green trees in the background? Accessories (a tie, earrings, a necklace, a scarf, etc.) with a touch of green can then give a harmonious render!

On location corporate professional portrait headshot of a woman outside

2- Your hair

Professional headshots are often taken on location in the middle of your busy day, maybe rushing over to the photographer through the wind from outside. It is less concerning with people with shorter hair, but longer hair can look messy.

And the first thing that can be noticed on a portrait is a bad hair day!

Make sure it is well brushed and neat around the edges, photoshopping away all the little hair that goes in all directions is a very long and difficult job that most of the time is not included in the photographer fee.

A quick trip to the bathroom for a last check is recommended and you can also bring a brush with you to the shoot.

For people with long hair, the hair also has to be “posed” the hair. Do you prefer your hair up or loose behind your shoulder?

business corporate professional portrait headshot of a woman

3- Shiny skin

The photographer who comes to your workplace will most likely set up a studio with flashes to ensure to obtain a constant lighting and result and flattering images. However, artificial lighting, like direct sun, can produce a shiny effect on the skin, on the front head, or on the chin for example. This is something you don’t want.

Particularly when it is a nice warm summer day. For the ladies, a bit of concealer is recommended, but men can also use some for the portrait session like a presenter on a TV set or a comedian would use. Otherwise, as you may be going to the bathroom to check your hair, while you’re there, you can also take the opportunity to freshen up.

4- Make-up

For a professional result, the use of too much make-up is not recommended. A natural look always appears better. Your corporate headshot has to reflect your personality. If you normally do not wear make-up at all, I would suggest keeping it that way, except for a bit of natural concealer to avoid the skin to shine.

And the same thing applies if every day you are wearing make-up, for example, a strong lipstick, it is also fine. In the end, the result we want to obtain is a faithful professional representation of yourself.

5- Glasses

The same applies here, if you are wearing glasses on a regular basis and they are part of you, people are used to seeing you with them, then wear them.

If you are using your glasses randomly, for example, to read or work on the computer, decide before the shoot whether you prefer to wear them or not. If you choose not to wear your glasses, then take away enough time before the shoot so you do not have marks on the side of your nose.

If you are going to wear your glasses, here are a couple of tips that lead to way better results.

Make sure they are spotless, clean your glasses carefully before your portrait is taken, dirty lenses do not look flattering on photos. Particularly as dirt or fingerprints can be enhanced by the artificial light of the flashes.

Another tip is to position your glasses properly on your nose, you do not want them to be right in front of your eyes. Eyes are very important if not the most important part of a portrait. Make sure your glasses did not slip down your nose, push them back as much as possible.

on location corporate portrait
on location corporate portrait
on location corporate portrait

6-  Pose

The last thing you want is to get a portrait that you like those standard passport photos. Here you can smile, you can take the pose, no need to look straight on to the lens.

To feel more relaxed and dynamic, a good posture to adopt is one leg in the front and one leg in the back. When resting on your back leg, you are placing your body weight on your back leg. Then turn your shoulder a bit to give some dynamism to the image.

Also make sure you lift your shoulder a bit, either by placing your hands on your hips, pocket or crossing your arm on your chest. In that way, your hands are also occupied, and it will prevent you from feeling uncomfortable and awkward not knowing what to do with your hands.

Last but not least: bring your chin (or your ears) forward. When we are standing in a normal relaxed position, no matter how skinny we are, we always have a bit of flab under our chin, this posture will prevent this.

on location corporate portrait
on location corporate portrait
On-location business corporate professional portrait headshot of a woman outside

7- Posture, smile and best side

First of all, the question of the “best side”. Some people already know how they look at pictures, how they like to look at the camera and what side of their face they prefer.

But some people do not know.  A useful thing to do before your session is to take a few pictures positioning your face in different ways, looking both to the left and to the right, and see what you prefer. You can also ask family and friends what they think!

And on the day of the session, ask your photographer, let her or him know that you are not sure so he or she can take a couple of test photos and check together with you what suits you the best.

Likewise, for the smile, some people prefer lips shut, some lips open and some people do not know. Same as for the best side, test photos before the session and at the start of the session with your photographer is a good way to determine what the best looks.

But either with full teeth or your lips closed, smiling is important, not as much with your mouth than with your eyes.

As a photographer, I prefer not to force a smile that would look fake.

I do not ask people to smile and if it does not come naturally, I always ask the person to think of a pleasant and funny moment or a hilarious joke told by your most funny friend that makes her or him laugh. So if you have difficulty smiling in front of the camera, apply that trick, it will look much more natural and spontaneous.

In any case, if there is a feature or a part of your face you do not like, you do not like to smile showing your teeth, let your photographer know. Your photographer is here to listen and to help you have an enjoyable time and a nice portrait, and there is nothing to be embarrassed about!

8 – Be creative!

Depending on the type of photo and style you would like to achieve, if you are looking for a bit less formal portraits, you do not necessarily have to be photographed in front of a plain white background and to take a formal pose.

You can also use your professional surrounding as a background or be photographed whilst you are performing your job.

It is a great way to highlight your brand and field of activity and stand out!

business corporate professional portrait headshot of a man in an office
on location corporate portrait
On-location business corporate professional portrait headshot of a woman

If you need any help or advice to organize your business portrait session, do not hesitate to reach out to me!

Your guide to the best photos in Amsterdam!

Whether it is for a family session, a vacation photo session, a solo, or a romantic couple photoshoot, you probably want to profit from the most photogenic spots. Whether it is to bring some nice memories back home, celebrate a special occasion, a bachelorette party, there are many beautiful and photogenic locations in Amsterdam!

However, some may be quite crowded and therefore not very comfortable and easy to use for a portrait session. The last thing you want is a crowd around and particularly in the background.

But using the right locations at the right time will offer the opportunity to have a nice and fun family shoot or a romantic couple session.

1- The best time frame


With regards to the timing. Choose preferably a time frame in the early morning after sunrise or evening/late afternoon before sunset.

There are indeed two important useful pieces of advice to keep in mind for the best experience: the light and the frequentation.

Particularly during the summer, the city tends to be quite crowded during the day.

If the weather is sunny, the light is really too harsh and unflattering. This leads to a strong shadow and shiny skin, which is something you don’t want.

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The best tip for a successful photoshoot in Amsterdam is to choose the right timing. In the event it is a nice sunny day, it is recommended to start shooting in the morning when the sun is coming up, or in the afternoon, a bit before the golden hour. This will give your photo a nice soft natural light.

Hard sunlight is amplified by its reflection on the water of the canals and the numerous windows of the surrounding buildings, which is something you don’t want when doing a photoshoot in Amsterdam.

These tips can be followed when capturing portraits but also when shooting landscapes, in Amsterdam but also everywhere else in the world!

Of course, if the sky is cloudy, this would not apply. However outside rush hours are always better to avoid the crowd!

2 – The best spots


Here are a few very nice and cozy locations:

The Brouwersgracht is an Amsterdam canal that connects the Singel with the Singelgracht. The canal marks the northwestern boundary of the ring of canals.

Not only Brouwersgracht is a beautiful area to wander around, but it also offers a lot of different photogenic spots and backgrounds.

From Papiermolensluis you can continue on Prinsengracht, one of the most well-known canals in Amsterdam, the third and outermost of the three main canals of Amsterdam.

Prinsensluis and Leliessluis are typical bridges offering a picturesque background with typical Dutch gable houses and the Westerkerk tower.

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Prinsengracht also offers many hidden gems.

To find them, make small detours and pay a visit to the little side streets and perpendicular canals aside.

The Reguliersgracht, literally the “regular Canal”, is a charming and bucolic canal bordered by trees and punctuated by lovely bridges which offers a great perspective in the background

NDSM Wharf is a former shipyard located on the banks of the River IJ in Amsterdam Noord. This spot is the perfect playground for a creative and urban family photoshoot or a solo session, but also a romantic couple or wedding photoshoot!

It also offers trendy cafes and terraces for a small briefing with your professional photographer before your photoshoot or a nice break after your session.

Family and children Photoshoot in Amsterdam, together with the family for a fun photo session
Family and children Photoshoot in Amsterdam, together with the family for a fun photo session
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solo portrait Photoshoot in Amsterdam

3 – The best season


There is not any preferred season to shoot beautiful portraits or landscape photos, each season has its special light and atmosphere.

And Amsterdam is also beautiful when the sun is not shining! For example with an overcast sky and even under the rain you can have a beautiful photoshoot in Amsterdam. Particularly in the autumn and the winter!

A romantic or dreamy winter light will also lead, to an outstanding result. Sometimes as beautiful, if not more, than photos shot during spring or summer. Fog is also very photogenic!

Bachelorette party photoshoot Amsterdam session photo EVJF
Bachelorette party photoshoot Amsterdam session photo EVJF

3 useful tips for a successful onsite food & lifestyle restaurant photoshoot

The demand for quality food photography has exploded in recent years. Restaurant culture is booming and visual platforms like Instagram are an essential part of the dining experience.

Commercial food photoshoots were traditionally performed in a studio using high-tech facilities, food stylists, high-end product pack shots. This is moving to a more spontaneous and genuine trend and, with the rise of social media platforms, on-location food shooting became much more common.

Here are a few tips for a successful on-location shooting.



1.       Preparation Food shots


Think of the look and render you would like to give to your photos and what message you would like to convey, natural, sustainable, healthy, graphical, trendy, comforting, with colors matching your branding (colored background, decoration elements, crockery…), etc.

Make a mood board: gather images that correspond to the content or style you are looking to create.

You can find inspiration on the internet, for example on GooglePinterest or stock photos webpages as Shutterstock.

Also think about the tones and color palette that can be associated to your brand and that together with the composition and style of the images, will convey the right feeling and mood. For example a calm feeling with soft and pastel tones or a playful dynamic look with bright and sharp images etc.

It is always a good idea to play and match color tones, here is a great tool to explore trendy color scheme and play with complementary tones.

on location food photography with healthy natural drinks with plant and pink background
on location food photography with vegan sweet cake and desserts on pink and green background, Vegan Sushi Bar Amsterdam

Think of future social media communication, for example, add a Christmas touch even if the shooting is taking place in the summer so you have available material when you need it.

Make a list of the dishes you wish to showcase and prepare the day of the shoot.

That way you will be able to plan the logistics, brief your staff and have all the necessary ingredients and props ready.

For food shots, it is highly recommended to plan the session when your restaurant is quiet but the staff required to prepare the dishes is available.


Make sure that:

-A table can be set by the window and that there is enough space to spread out and play around as much as needed.

-The chef can focus on making lovely and appetizing dishes while the restaurant is not yet open or very quiet.

-There are not customers who could interfere in the shots.

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2.       Preparation atmosphere and lifestyle shots


Even if the aim is to shoots event-like spontaneous shots, the session needs to be prepared and the shots may have to be pre-staged depending if the customer is fine with being photographed and to appear on social media or on your website.

It is always advised to appoint customers who are happy to participate, in this case, the photoshoot will have to be planned at a busier moment. Alternatively, you may ask staff members and/or friends or family members to help you. Either way, do not forget to have them sign a release where they authorize you to use their image (It’s important to always obtain a signed model release form prior to shooting, regardless of whether the model is paid or unpaid).

If you need both food and atmosphere photos, it is primordial to plan the shooting in 2 distinct stages, for example, the food shooting when the restaurant is very quiet and then or closed and the lifestyle shot when the restaurant is a bit busier or when your “models” are available.

Same as with the food, before the shoot you may want to think of future communication, message to convey, branding and color codes.

This is primordial to determine to plan the logistics so that the models wear suitable matching outfits, for example matching tones with your interior, or have the required props available.

On location lifestyle scene in a restaurant with a waitress and customer
On location photo of a chef cooking in the restaurant kitchen, zoom on the pan with flambée dish
on location food photography with a hand grabbing vegan sushis with chopsticks
On location lifestyle photo of a restaurant table with food

3.       Styling and presentation is capital


A big part of food photography is styling and presentation, you may not have the budget for a food stylist but with a neat presentation, fresh product, well-prepared session and the help, the eye and experience of your photographer, the shot will be eye-catching and mouthwatering as in a magazine!

Make sure that you have the required ingredients, fresh and in sufficient quantity so raw products can also be added and taken away to produce different images. Also make sure that the necessary crockery and props are available, for a particular image you may need items that you do not necessarily have on a daily basis in your restaurant. Be careful with your dishes and plates that they look nice and new, for example, you may want to use a new plank rather than one that was used a lot and which has a lot of stains and marks.

If you do not have a suitable table to place the food, we know how small the table can be in Amsterdam sometimes, an option is also to use the ground or use a backdrop.

on location food photography with fresh homemade hummus and tomatoes
on location food photography with fresh soup and rd and green hot chili pepper

For behind the scene photos, for example of the chef busy with the preparation of a dish, make sure everything is clean and tidy and the chef wears a proper neat work outfit.



If you need any advice or have any questions, don’t hesitate to reach out to me!