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Oct 29, 2019 09:04 |  #5806


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Oct 30, 2019 20:17 |  #5808

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Nov 03, 2019 20:21 |  #5809

The latest diner shoot.


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Nov 04, 2019 08:30 |  #5810

I was busy last night, onions and garlic.


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Nov 04, 2019 15:24 |  #5811

Local deli/bakery breads. A test shot with the new background.


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Nov 04, 2019 17:33 |  #5812

Some grab shots using Pixel 3XL on my recent business trip. The ML stuff is getting good.

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Nov 04, 2019 18:15 |  #5813

Provincial onion, leak soup.


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Nov 06, 2019 17:53 |  #5814

Roast beef dip. I'm thinking a 3/4 view might be a nicer angle on these types?


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Nov 07, 2019 10:07 |  #5815

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Or maybe having the cut ends of the sandwich in an open V towards the camera with the fries on the back of the plate.


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Nov 07, 2019 11:44 |  #5816

K Soze wrote in post #18956641 (external link)
Or maybe having the cut ends of the sandwich in an open V towards the camera with the fries on the back of the plate.

Will try that, thanks! Some instances the cook plates the meal up in what I feel is weird layout. Round plates are easy but when they use rectangular or sometimes even square plates, the framing of the sides and background have conflicting visual flow. Wraps are another that I ponder placement and angles of view.




  
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Nov 07, 2019 19:15 as a reply to  @ ra40's post |  #5817

I'm with you. I spent way too much time yesterday trying to make a local bars cajun wrap look something besides blah.


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Nov 07, 2019 19:18 |  #5818

Local breweries blueberry salad.


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Nov 08, 2019 01:28 |  #5819

Grilled chicken with brocolli. The variant with grilled aspargas was a nicer visual combo. Not so sure I like the hot spot from the rectangular soft box. The strip would yield a longer highlight or the octo for a rounder highlight on the bun...thoughts?


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Nov 08, 2019 05:54 |  #5820

ra40 wrote in post #18956931 (external link)
Grilled chicken with brocolli. The variant with grilled aspargas was a nicer visual combo. Not so sure I like the hot spot from the rectangular soft box. The strip would yield a longer highlight or the octo for a rounder highlight on the bun...thoughts?
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I think the light needed to be from the side or slightly behind the food. At that point the highlight question would not exist because the camera would not have seen it. I personally light food from the side or from the back.


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