If there's one tip you need to take away from the 2013 posts - it's this: Always look for a different angle.
Do not just shoot where it's comfortable. Consciously look around and find at least 3 candidate vantage points. You always have 6 choices - and dozens of combinations: up, down, left, right, farther, nearer. By deliberately looking for the best perspective, you're increasing your chances in getting a great shot.
Seeing an obstacle? Then most likely, there are less people who have taken the shot at *that* orientation. That's where you want to go.
Shooting someone at the correct angle can significantly alter how pretty your subject will turn out in the shot.
Since food is often seen at a 45-degree view, choosing to photograph from the top can immediately draw interest.
Find *The Angle* and it alters everything.
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