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May 28, 2015 00:40 |  #4501

tcphoto1 wrote in post #17573819 (external link)
A recent shoot.

Loving the light on this, styled nicely and looks delicious. Looks like pulled chicken ? but I can't make out what's in the jar. The black-eyed pea relish has me hungry :lol:


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May 28, 2015 06:21 as a reply to  @ Lupo-Lobo's post |  #4502

Thanks Lupo, it is pulled chicken with a black eyed pea salad and banana pudding. I used natural light on an overcast day and we wanted a editorial look for the series.


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May 29, 2015 20:31 as a reply to  @ post 17573825 |  #4503

That's great news ... congrats on that.


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May 31, 2015 03:22 |  #4504

A few recent images from my new'ish' food blog http://www.krumpli.co.​uk/ (external link)

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May 31, 2015 10:29 |  #4505


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May 31, 2015 11:14 |  #4506

[QUOTE=llareggub;17577​819]A few recent images from my new'ish' food blog http://www.krumpli.co.​uk/ (external link)

IMAGE: http://www.krumpli.co.uk/wp-content/uploads/2015/05/Spicy-Bean-Burger-Feat.jpg

Fun pictures. Care to discuss your handling of the flames? I ask because I enjoy shooting 'flame' shots...and for me, it seems to go in trends. I'll go a year without any requests for them and than bam...will have 2 or three projects in a row where they're necessary.

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May 31, 2015 15:41 |  #4507

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A few recent images from my new'ish' food blog http://www.krumpli.co.​uk/ (external link)

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Awesome shots


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Jun 01, 2015 03:54 as a reply to  @ Foodguy's post |  #4508

Sure @foodguy... I like doing stuff like this, I tend to use lighter fluid, the sort of stuff that fills a zippo lighter with the flip out lid as it means I can draw a shape with the liquid. You do have to work fast though as it evaporates very quickly but it also gives a very fast burn reducing the risk to my mind... I tend to have a secondary ceramic tile behind what I am shooting at a slightly lower level and put modelling clay around the til to reduce spillage then get my wife to set fire to stuff, I aint stupid ;)


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Jun 01, 2015 12:12 |  #4509

llareggub wrote in post #17579225 (external link)
Sure @foodguy... I like doing stuff like this, I tend to use lighter fluid, the sort of stuff that fills a zippo lighter with the flip out lid as it means I can draw a shape with the liquid. You do have to work fast though as it evaporates very quickly but it also gives a very fast burn reducing the risk to my mind... I tend to have a secondary ceramic tile behind what I am shooting at a slightly lower level and put modelling clay around the til to reduce spillage then get my wife to set fire to stuff, I aint stupid ;)

Interesting...thanks for sharing.

I've used rubber cement and lighter fluid in the past and have now moved to the long handled extended reach 'lighters'. It means working in a darkened room with the shutter on 'B' but provides a lot of control.


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Jun 01, 2015 20:21 |  #4510

I don't normally shoot food, but they had saltine PB&J after my last trail race and camera was in hand, so...

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Jun 03, 2015 22:54 |  #4511

Golden-hour ice cream, shot after sunset just to see whether I could get anything at all in window light so late in the day.


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Jun 03, 2015 23:07 |  #4512

LonelyBoy wrote in post #17580329 (external link)
I don't normally shoot food, but they had saltine PB&J after my last trail race and camera was in hand, so...

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And anything edible right after a race looks wonderful!


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Jun 05, 2015 02:00 |  #4513

Hi everyone! Thread starter here. I seem to come back once in a long while, but just checking-in. It's nice how POTN dedicated a whole section to the matter of food photography. Really happy to see that.

I shoot only food and started in 2007. Just wanted to share my Facebook page (https://www.facebook.c​om/bobaguyfoodphotogra​phy (external link)). I'm open to any constructive criticism. I have been doing this for a long while as a hobby, and just have been observing others' works. My work has come a long way, and I would be thankful for any words of advice. Link is also in my signature, which I have just updated. I haven't shared my Facebook page yet, so it is brand new.


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Jun 05, 2015 02:45 as a reply to  @ Jeremy92's post |  #4514

Food photography is also a hobby for me (although I was able to sell a number of my food photos over the years - or get a free meal :) ). My wife and I like to eat outdoors frequently and I always try to take a nice shot of my plate before I start on it. Shooting conditions vary and sometimes it is hard to get the required depth of field when you cannot optimise the focal length/distance ratio with an aperture for sufficient light. Especially in airplane seats: when you are boxed in behind your tray it is hard to get even over the min. focal distance for the lens.

Here is an example of a "dessert" in the air...

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More food in my "Culinary" album on Flickr (external link).

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Jun 05, 2015 16:11 |  #4515

My Mom want me to photograph the coffee for her restaurant and I am suck at this.


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