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May 19, 2019 23:17 |  #5716

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Renata, No, say it ain't so!

Annie, unfortunately or fortunately, yes. I'll be doing a lot of traveling and as much as I loved my Canon gear I am not prepared to schlep it all over the world. Even though I just bought a brand new Fujifilm XT-3 (I know it's a crop) buy I may exchange it for a Sony a7riii. Will see how it goes.


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May 20, 2019 04:52 |  #5717

Shot just before i started eating... :)
Lamb liver,

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May 20, 2019 13:46 |  #5718

tcphoto1 wrote in post #18861459 (external link)
My attempt at Prop Styling, Food Styling and shooting a dish. And no, I won't be shooting the beer that I'm drinking now.

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Awesome lighting.

A shot of mine from Spago

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May 21, 2019 07:29 |  #5719

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Awesome lighting.

A shot of mine from Spago

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Very pretty! (How long before my pizza is ready?) ; )


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May 21, 2019 12:50 |  #5720

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Very pretty! (How long before my pizza is ready?) ; )

Ha ha you could put this on a pizza Frank


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May 22, 2019 19:31 |  #5721

Farmers Market mushrooms.


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May 23, 2019 00:58 |  #5722

Was passing by and this aggressor attacked. I struggled to getaway but this had super powers and I succumbed.;)

Flourless chocolate cake


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May 23, 2019 17:02 |  #5723

Korean- octopus bibimbap. The rest at the table ordered tame so mine was the only dish with that much red to it. It was spicy hot. :-P One of the few times I caught the steam.


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May 24, 2019 11:01 |  #5724

Terry's chocolate Orange.


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May 26, 2019 14:00 |  #5725

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Korean- octopus bibimbap. The rest at the table ordered tame so mine was the only dish with that much red to it. It was spicy hot. :-P One of the few times I caught the steam.
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That looks so good!


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May 27, 2019 18:34 |  #5726

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Is that the smallest portion of ketchup ever? Or is it some kind of specialty sauce?

It's just ketchup lol. I've noticed that they are very stingy here in Korea when it comes to ketchup. Not sure why but if you want extra, you have to pay for them.


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May 27, 2019 21:04 |  #5727

Still figuring out the back light setup's. Was more involved in the exposure that I didn't turn the plate the final few degrees to show the chicken better. My head thought I did but seeing that I didn't was :-( The mixed lighting is quite challenging since this is mostly an ambient exposure with lots of warm LED lighting. A short pop to bring out some specular highlights. That's kinda hard on mashed potatoes and breast meat that doesn't have some gravy to help it shine.


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May 28, 2019 12:37 |  #5728

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Still figuring out the back light setup's. Was more involved in the exposure that I didn't turn the plate the final few degrees to show the chicken better. My head thought I did but seeing that I didn't was :-( The mixed lighting is quite challenging since this is mostly an ambient exposure with lots of warm LED lighting. A short pop to bring out some specular highlights. That's kinda hard on mashed potatoes and breast meat that doesn't have some gravy to help it shine.
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How many lights are you using? your including ambient light here too?


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May 28, 2019 14:00 as a reply to  @ amairphoto's post |  #5729

This restaurant has big windows facing east which provide a lot of backlighting. The interior has strings of warm 3200K lights above. I give the frame a bit of a kick with a speedlight.




  
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May 28, 2019 22:19 |  #5730

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This restaurant has big windows facing east which provide a lot of backlighting. The interior has strings of warm 3200K lights above. I give the frame a bit of a kick with a speedlight.

Its always going to be difficult like that mixing three light sources that are out of your control and different white balances too. If ever I am using a window light I would have all the lights off in the restaurant and then use the window as the key light behind and then a reflector for some fill, if you dont have a reflector use a plate.

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