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Does it Pay to Photograph Your Food?

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Does it Pay to Photograph Your Food?

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racer x | | Nov 4, 2008 02:56 PM

I apologize if this question has been addressed in a previous thread.

We've all read/heard stories about how the quality of service a diner experienced could be significantly influenced by the restaurant staff's having recognized the diner as being a professional restaurant critic, a celebrity, or someone who is otherwise well-connected.

Now that pocket-sized cameras have become ubiquitous and so many people are posting pictures on food blogs, has anyone found that taking out a camera and snapping shots of the dishes affects the service that you receive (positively, or negatively)? Whether in restaurants or specialty food shops, like bakeries?

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