A lot of time and effort goes into styling a food shoot: stylist's and top photographer's are hired and only the choicest produce makes the cut. Lighting has to be...

A lot of time and effort goes into styling a food shoot: stylist's and top photographer's are hired and only the choicest produce makes the cut.  Lighting has to be just so, as does the ambiance in which it is shot.

Not at Wal-Mart it seems if you check any of the recent upload photos sent to Flickr in a ‘photo-essay' entitled Filthy Wal-Mart. The only thing required is a camera, lap top and strong stomach. Forget glossy ads, neon lighting never made anyone look so bad.

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