I received some comments and e-mails questioning about my foodie pics. One of the e-mail comes from my dearest friend, Patricia Scarpin *don't worry dear, I have no secret. I don't mind at all and gladly share it*. First, let me apologize for taking so long to answer your questions.
The reason why do I post my answer here, is because this topic is interesting and I want to share it among my other friends whose got the same question.
The question is how do I get such a light and white background in my pics?
I may not good in explaining, so I try to figure it out by picture. Hope, it's understandable.
Lighting is the important key here. I always shoot my food pics with a natural lighting close to the window. I never use direct sunlight, because it's just too harsh.
Another important point is the right angle. This is my favorite angle. You can see where the light comes from. Yes, I tend to use backlight to get such a light and white background. Sometimes, it looks a bit burned out on the background but I love the effect.
This is the Yakitori Shot!
Can you see where the light comes from? Yes it comes from the back of the object.
Hope it helps. Just let me know, if you have any question :)