If you're series about taking pictures of your food using a DSLR or analogue camera then you'll know just how important light settings can be.
As every restaurants light setting vary so do the setting on your cam - especially if you want to capture the perfect, mouthwatering shot.
A light meter is a great way to asses the light on a subject, such as a plate of food, and then use this information to decide exactly what settings on your camera will obtain the optimum shot.
They're a great tool used by many professional photographers but they can be a little expensive. This is why the team at Luxi developed a clip on light sensor for the phone. It costs $29.99 and will show you exactly what type and how much light is hitting your chosen target - from here you can quickly adjust your cameras settings and snap away.
Now a three-Michelin-star restaurant, Noma has changed, but not necessarily on the plate. According to Kenneth Foong, it's all about the way the team works, which is closer to a tech company than a traditional restaurant. Read our exclusive interview with Noma's head chef.
A four-day restaurant week, a day dedicated to staff learning, and cooking demonstrations for the public are just a few of the new ways of working in Dan Barber's new vision for his NY restaurant and farm. Find out more.