Italian Food Photography at Angelo’s Pizza & Pasta
There are lot’s of cuisine’s out there that I love for Food Photography, and to eat, but my favorite has to be Italian! And although I didn’t get the change to try any of the food at Angelo’s in Webster Texas, it smelled as amazing as it looks in the photos! The photos we took for this Food Photography assignment are not only going to be used on their menu, but also in their DoorDash account and other online delivery services like UberEats and GrubHub. We love seeing the photos we take used not only inside the restaurant, but also on websites and places like Yelp. I hope we get the chance to work at this restaurant again in the future and get more photos of not only the food, but also the restaurant and staff. Take a look at some of our favorite Food Photos from this shoot.
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