To celebrate the release of the Redmi Note 5 in physical stores, Xiaomi organised an exclusive food photography workshop at Botanica + Co, Alila Bangsar with resident food stylist Trisha Toh. If you're a foodie, chances are you're following her feed @trishates, and you might have spotted her scrumptious, one-of-a-kind work with Kind Kones, Troika Sky Dining, Sitka, and Mr Chew's Chino Latino Bar.
Armed with a Redmi Note 5 in our hands, here's what we learned from Trisha.
#5 Textures matter
A blank space can be substituted with a pretty saucer; a stainless steel fork and knife can be replaced with bronzed cutlery for a rustic mood; and tea towels add a homey feel to any shot!
Tip: Turn on Redmi’s grid display in-camera for a solid composition.