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Aug 21, 2018 06:03 |  #5431

-Duck-,

Thank you for taking the time to post those BTS shots!
You certainly have a technique that works, and your levitation images are very, very cool.
In a loose way, they remind me of an exploded view in a patent drawing.

I also have a bit of envy, of the time and work that you afford such shots.
Perhaps 90 percent of the images that I take are run-and-gun, and I do like to try harder than that.
Most of the the times, someone at some food establishment brings out our meals and I have about a minute before people start giving me stern looks for holding up the show.

The images below are just such an image, where they taken at a roadside stand and merely photographed on their outdoor picnic table.
They would be a classic example of using a New England-style hot dog bun, and they were previously posted in the Street Food thread.
I did spend quite a bit of time in Canon's DPP however, using their stamp tool to remove flecks of things that while tiny, bothered me.
One minute to photograph/ 20 minutes to nitpick an image file, seems to be the scenario for me.

Again, I like and appreciate your images.

Lunch at Hot Dog Annie's, Leicester, MA, USA

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Aug 21, 2018 14:12 |  #5432

Mark A. wrote in post #18689122 (external link)
I did spend quite a bit of time in Canon's DPP however, using their stamp tool to remove flecks of things that while tiny, bothered me.
One minute to photograph/ 20 minutes to nitpick an image file, seems to be the scenario for me.

Yep, that's par for the course for me also. It only takes a few minutes to click the shutter but hours to post process the final image.

Here's a little secret about that grilled hotdog... it wasn't grilled. You're looking at fake grill marks on a cold hotdog. A little blowtorch, a little painting and voila... It's all illusion. :D


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Aug 21, 2018 14:35 |  #5433

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I think you have the technique nailed down now, now you need to work on perspective, they look like how you shot them. I think you need to angle them as if you would be shooting them all together.


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Aug 21, 2018 15:54 |  #5434

amairphoto wrote in post #18689558 (external link)
I think you have the technique nailed down now, now you need to work on perspective, they look like how you shot them. I think you need to angle them as if you would be shooting them all together.

I get what you mean but this one was shot like this for a reason. Thanks for the comment though.


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Aug 21, 2018 22:41 |  #5435

A traditional Korean bibimbap


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Aug 26, 2018 12:27 |  #5436

My favorite French Fries, photographed on the sidewalk outside of Friskie Fries in Providence, RI


"Cluck-U" fries.

Crispy Chicken, Buffalo Sauce, Bleu Cheese Dressing & Bleu Cheese "Crumbles"

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(I did clone-out the holes in the paper, where the closure wire was connected)

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Aug 26, 2018 12:34 |  #5437

Another great meal on the same day in Providence were these Cheeseburger Sliders.
It was very cramped at our table and I used a single, bounced, camera-mounted Speedlite.
Perhaps not a perfect image, but it provides a nice "memory" for me of our adventure.

Harry’s Bar & Burger - Providence, Rhode Island

M.O.A.B. (Mother Of All Burgers)

Harry's Classic Cheese, hickory smoked bacon, portabello mushroom & fried onion strings

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Sep 10, 2018 21:35 |  #5438

The Line Up 6


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Sep 13, 2018 05:50 |  #5439

Homemade Tacos...


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Sep 14, 2018 09:53 |  #5440

I work for a local magazine and used to write a restaurant column. Gotta' love some shrimp & grits!


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Sep 14, 2018 12:06 |  #5441

This Columbus Italian dry salame is one of my favorites. The earlier photo I posted with cheese and crackers was Gallo salame.


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Sep 19, 2018 23:45 |  #5442

Here’s a recent shot

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Sep 20, 2018 00:14 |  #5443

Gumby1220 wrote in post #18711651 (external link)
Here’s a recent shot

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Thanks for sharing the set up for this shot, very nice. May I ask where you got what appears to be a printed wood stage?


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Sep 20, 2018 06:43 |  #5444

navydoc wrote in post #18711660 (external link)
Thanks for sharing the set up for this shot, very nice. May I ask where you got what appears to be a printed wood stage?

Yeah no prob it’s a vinyl backdrop from inkandelm.com. I have a few of them really nice backdrops


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Sep 20, 2018 07:09 |  #5445

Gumby1220 wrote in post #18711772 (external link)
Yeah no prob it’s a vinyl backdrop from inkandelm.com. I have a few of them really nice backdrops

Gumby1220,

Thanks very much for that link!
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