I think it’s in restaurants’ best interests to accommodate them [bloggers] just a bit more, better lighting for example.

Chuck Arendt from Chuck Eats on photographing his food, courtesy of Eater.com.

Eater goes on to say:  While we’re at it, how about a permanent light box in the middle of the dining room? Should restaurants provide light meters? Instead of high chairs, should they make tripods available?

So, I too would like to add some necessities, as I am now a food blogger.  I will be needing a magic carpet upon leaving the restaurant so I can quickly be taken to my bed. Also,  a drug dealer on staff (just in case),  a physician, laptops for all diners,  a dentist for teeth cleaning upon exit, and all meals should be complimentary.