Your Instagram feed is probably littered with blurry, dark food photos that make even the tastiest dish look questionable. It's time to up your food-porn game. Photographer Daniel Krieger shot our entire Food & Drink Awards 2014 feature on an iPhone with Instagram filters, so he knows a thing or two about making cell-phone snaps look good. (Seriously: All the portraits below were shot with Krieger's iPhone.) Read his five tenets of Insta photography to rack up the likes after your next meal out.
Make your Instagram shots better with five tips from Daniel Krieger
The prolific Brooklyn photographer, who shot this week's Time Out Food & Drink Awards issue entirely on Instagram, shares his tips for taking gorgeous snaps
Put some distance between you and your subject
Watch your peripherals
Try a bird's-eye-view shot
Experiment, and take a bunch of shots
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