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Nov 13, 2015 07:26 |  #151

Nice looking chili!

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A tighter crop would work better for me, & in #3, the seam in the table doesn't add anything good to the image?


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Nov 13, 2015 07:36 |  #152

i'll throw in a unrequested critique too, take it or leave it. :D

the mixed light bugs me. turn off the overhead and place something white like a poster board opposite the umbrella and it will give you nice fill without cross shadows that are different color temps.

delicious looking bowl of chili, nice styling of the food too.


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Nov 13, 2015 07:43 |  #153

Left Handed Brisket wrote in post #17782183 (external link)
i'll throw in a unrequested critique too, take it or leave it. :D

the mixed light bugs me. turn off the overhead and place something white like a poster board opposite the umbrella and it will give you nice fill without cross shadows that are different color temps.

delicious looking bowl of chili, nice styling of the food too.

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Nice looking chili! A tighter crop would work better for me, & in #3, the seam in the table doesn't add anything good to the image?

Thanks for the CC guys, you both have a point. I have been meaning to get a bounce board for the other side and next time I will turn off the overhead light, usually I do...


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Nov 13, 2015 07:52 as a reply to  @ BallerStatus's post |  #154

don't feel like you have to buy a 25 dollar branded reflector, a $5 piece of white foam core will do the same.

i use these things a lot.

http://elmers.com/prod​uct/detail/902090 (external link)

they stand on their own … there is also a smaller size


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Nov 13, 2015 07:58 |  #155

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I have been meaning to get a bounce board...

Buy at least 3. If you have them, you'll find a use for them.
One, just over the bowl, will help to take the "interesting reflections" out of the spoon.


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Nov 13, 2015 08:15 |  #156

I am learning a lot about just lighting in this thread! I appreciate seeing the BTS image and the great discussion that follows...


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Nov 13, 2015 08:41 |  #157

Left Handed Brisket wrote in post #17782198 (external link)
don't feel like you have to buy a 25 dollar branded reflector, a $5 piece of white foam core will do the same.

i use these things a lot.

http://elmers.com/prod​uct/detail/902090 (external link)

they stand on their own … there is also a smaller size

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Buy at least 3. If you have them, you'll find a use for them.
One, just over the bowl, will help to take the "interesting reflections" out of the spoon.


Yeah that's what I had in mind too Left Hand. Thanks Photo Guy, will do.


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Nov 14, 2015 17:29 |  #158

Fresh jalapeños instead of pickled would give a little more color on top. Good work! Chris




  
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Nov 22, 2015 22:55 |  #159

Testing out a dish at home for a pop-up dinner I'm doing later next month...also my first time using my recently acquired 50L, and first time attempting to use a softbox (or any kind of lighting, for that matter): 430EX through softbox straight behind the dish, with a bounce card directly in front.


Dish is: charred apple, cider butterscotch, black currant, yeast ice cream, thyme crumble


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Nov 25, 2015 15:38 |  #160

Tuna and asparagus


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Nov 26, 2015 18:46 |  #161

Nothing special, just some apple pecan turbinado muffins :)


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Dec 19, 2015 00:19 |  #162

Had relatives over from Mexico, so we decided to treat them to the quintessential Americano meal!


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Dec 21, 2015 17:37 as a reply to  @ Benitoite's post |  #163

Wow - that is one well stuffed bird. Looks golden brown and delicious.


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Dec 21, 2015 17:43 |  #164

There is a local farmer/ranched selling their pasture raised pork and chicken. They are a small operation but I finally got my mitts on a pound of their bacon. Beautiful flavor though a bit pricey.



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Dec 22, 2015 03:39 |  #165

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