William Tang started photography about 6 years ago and was self taught mainly in food photography for menu and creative aspects. Thereafter, he attended various photography schools locally to sharpen his skills in this genre. He had contributed to menu photos of various restaurants in Singapore.
I love interacting with people especially those in the culinary line and I love to make an idea to become a visual reality.
What types of shoots have you done and how did you make them special?
I had done full menus for a Japanese BBQ and Shabu-shabu restaurant. As these restaurants serve raw meat, I need to capture the process of cooking it on the customer's table including capturing the flame and steam.
Awards, honors, and recognitions received
Menus for Various Restaurants
A fun fact about this photographer
I like to experiment new things so I would incorporate it into my photography and capture what our naked eyes cannot see.