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Did you know that there are a lot of secrets about how to make food look irresistible on TV? Usually, burgers, fries, and ice-cream that we see in commercials look mouth-watering but reality never meets expectations. Food should look delicious so that you will want to eat it. In this video, we reveal some secrets of making perfect food photos and you will be shocked by the process of photo making. Sometimes it’s impossible to make a whole photo session of a product like it, for example, melts too fast as ice-cream does. That’s why the ice-cream, in fact, is replaced with instant mashed potatoes. Sounds crazy? Yes, but it’s the only way to make perfect ice-cream shots. Mash potatoes are colored with any color need. The same situation usually occurs when you need to photo cakes with whipped cream. Cream melts too fast and looks awful. So, photographers usually interlay cake layers with cardboard to keep them dry and replace cream with shaving cream. When you buy French fries, they look very disappointing. There is a whole technique on how to make French fries look attractive: kitchen sponge and toothpicks are used to secure fries for making a photo. Photographers add aspirin to soft drinks to look them refreshing and fizzy.
Check out more kitchen ideas that will ease your life: make a pasta at home; add salt to the milk and it will last longer in the fridge; cover cheese with cheese wax and it will last longer, store cookies in a can with a piece of bread and it will be soft; place celery into the bag with bread to prevent the appearance of mold. Moreover, you will find a cool recipe of black ice-cream that you can make at home in 5 minutes!
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