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Nov 19, 2016 22:23 |  #5072

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Nov 20, 2016 13:53 |  #5073

Love window light shots! A San Diego coffee shop had such huge windows/roll up door type light that I couldn't ask for a nicer setup opportunity.


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Nov 20, 2016 14:05 |  #5074

Many restaurants have pretty harsh lighting and this has been a challenging process to deal with the multiple harsh shadows in food pics. The little P&S is always with me so this rig was pretty easy to lug around in a messenger bag. Built it up with these: 580EX ($145) Softbox $30 and Vello flash cord $12. A test shot after the Mrs. baked up some scones.

The G15 and G9 auto color balance even though they ares set to daylight. Shots imported into LR are showing at 6800 or 8800K. Easily adjust though I don't get an accurate view from the camera LCD.

This small soft box at 9x9" works well though the light drop off falls off pretty quickly. Can be quite nice though I don't like how at times it looks like post shot vignetting. At close positioning this may be about 12" of acceptable lighting. Still experimenting.


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Nov 22, 2016 13:22 |  #5075

Popcorn and soju


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Nov 24, 2016 21:38 |  #5078

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Toast cubes? I wouldn't pay for that, but I like the image. ; )


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Nov 25, 2016 11:55 |  #5079

Thanksgiving feast.


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Dec 02, 2016 13:55 |  #5080

From my kitchen.


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Dec 12, 2016 11:30 |  #5081

I shot some food yesterday for my friend's new casual restaurant. The menu had a lot of variety, but have only edited a few so far. 5D + 35 f2 IS for most, used the EOS M with 22mm lens for the overhead shots.

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Dec 12, 2016 11:52 |  #5082

I find the 35mm focal length to be too wide for my taste and I find that I gravitate to the 50L and 100L for most of my work. Shooting food is like fashion, so much of it is about the styling.


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Dec 12, 2016 12:01 |  #5083

Good lord I am hungry now. Thanks, guys!;-)a




  
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Dec 12, 2016 12:20 |  #5084

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I find the 35mm focal length to be too wide for my taste and I find that I gravitate to the 50L and 100L for most of my work. Shooting food is like fashion, so much of it is about the styling.

Yeah I had my 135L there too, but mostly used the 35. I don't mind the 35 most times, but occasionally I want less distortion. This lens lets me get in pretty close too.


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Dec 13, 2016 19:54 |  #5085

This is a rack of pork roast with a black olive rub that includes olive oil, course ground pepper, salt, garlic, sage, and thyme.

Although the setting isn't fancy, it tastes delicious

I thought that I would add that I did a reverse sear for the roast by cooking it at 250° until the internal temp. reached 140°, about two hours. Then I removed the roast from the oven to rest for about 10 minutes while I cranked the oven up to 500°. I then returned the roast to the oven for an additional 10 minutes to sear the outside.

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