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.
#6 Take your shot
Despite the hot flat lay trend peppering all of our Instagram feeds, Trisha advocates switching it up. “Do not limit yourself to one angle, especially if the dish consists of many layers. A 45 degree or 90 angle might look better.”
Tip: Switch to portrait mode for a depth of field ‘bokeh’ effect! Redmi Note 5’s dual-lens camera boasts 12MP + 5MP.