You Need To See How These Raya Food Photos Were Shot On iPhone

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We’ve all attempted it once in our life, some with more success than others. But that doesn’t stop us from trying!

I’m talking about food photography! Like any other skill, snapping the most alluring food shots takes a lot of thought and practice. And with how much we Malaysians love our food, it’s no surprise that we all strive to preserve them in the form of photos.

This Raya, Apple has decided to spotlight Malaysia’s rich and diverse street food culture with a few amazing #ShotoniPhone photos by local Malaysian photographers! Besides admiring the beauty of our local food, take this chance to up your food photography game cos each photographer has also included their photography tips, tricks and favourite editing apps for getting the perfect shot!

1. Sufian Ghaffar 


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Vendor details: Harisuddin Bin Zaherman, 24 years old. He has helped at his father’s stall in Gombak selling Apam Balik Padu since 2011.

Equipment: iPhone XS and iPhone XR.

Sufian’s Tips :
1. Use the wide angle to get a wide open shot and dramatic impact on the subject.
2. Use Portrait mode to get a blur or bokeh effect in the background and highlight the details of the subject.

See more of Sufian’s work on his Instagram feed: @iamod_

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