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"A picture on a phone cannot possibly capture the flavors."
Are you the kind of person who yells “wait!” whenever people reach for the food right after it’s served? Because, of course, you have to take a photo first. Many of us are guilty of doing this, even if we’ve eaten at that restaurant
Up your Instagram game with these tips!
Flatlays are essentially carefully constructed stories pieced together with perfectly placed elements to fit in a frame. It’s addicting and rewarding if done right, but takes grueling hours to master the craft. To help you out, we’ve listed five tips you can
Up your foodstagram game with these helpful tips!
We may or may not have gone 31 months deep into Nadine Lustre's Instagram account in search of food photography tips! Below are some of the tricks we learned.1. Use natural light.Nadine is pretty consistent with the use of natural light in her food
Put these on your Instagram checklist, stat!
Planning to travel to Hong Kong any time soon? Satisfy your dim sum craving the most IG-worthy way possible! These spots in HK will surely get the job done:1. Yum ChaThe motherlode! They have pineapple tarts in bird cages, steamed sausage buns
Food porn is moving on to motion picture.
We are at the tipping point. It's no longer enough for restaurants to arrange art on plates (hey, remember when all people had to do was cook really good food regardless of how it looked?). Inner beauty is hardly enough nowadays—at least
Chinese food is actually quite foodstagram-worthy!
If you’re the typical millennial who first considers the Instagram potential of a place before calling for reservation, then we reckon Chinese restaurants aren’t usually your top choice, yes? Compared to French cuisine served gourmet style, dim sum in bamboo steamer baskets
It apparently makes you a happier person.
Truth be told, it always bothered me whenever people would randomly call out my obsession for social media. Not that it was ever a valid reason for me to stop being an “instahoe” and try to rehabilitate myself, but I would often
Heed an expert's advice.
You don’t have to be a food blogger in order to take an IG-worthy #foodstagram. If you want to step up your game, the first thing you need to do is to heed an expert’s advice. Below are some tips you can
Their posts always make us hungry!
Achieving a double-tap worthy #OOTD is hard enough, but mastering the art of taking an awesome #foodstagram is a whole other story. From the perfect lighting to the best angle, we can all learn a thing or two from these stars. Scroll
Are you really gonna eat that?
Your latest #foodstagram might have looked divine for your expertly curated Instagram grid, but that doesn't necessarily mean it's good for you. FYI, while that sinful chocolate cupcake will no doubt reap lots of insta-hearts and perhaps a few more followers, too