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Nov 08, 2019 14:26 |  #5821

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

Can sympathize with wraps. The tomato or spinach wraps add color, the plain ones are not very exciting. A turkey Swiss wrap.


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Nov 08, 2019 16:43 |  #5822

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Can sympathize with wraps. The tomato or spinach wraps add color, the plain ones are not very exciting. A turkey Swiss wrap.
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It does have color, but what else could happen? Well, okay, maybe try tilting the top half so it leans against the bottom half more from the rear instead of almost lying square on top of it. I mean just push it back a little and have its far end carry more of its weight. Then the bottom half would be less flattened, to look fuller.


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Nov 08, 2019 21:16 |  #5823

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It does have color, but what else could happen? Well, okay, maybe try tilting the top half so it leans against the bottom half more from the rear instead of almost lying square on top of it. I mean just push it back a little and have its far end carry more of its weight. Then the bottom half would be less flattened, to look fuller.

Excellent! I noticed that from the start of the series till the last shot it had flattened out. Wasn't that long of an interval either. :( This was more challenging than I thought.




  
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Nov 08, 2019 21:38 as a reply to  @ ra40's post |  #5824

Thanks. I also think the shapes to work with would be more interesting visually if wraps were cut in half at an angle not 90° instead of making plain cylinders. Restaurateurs might or might not be willing to do this.


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Nov 08, 2019 23:15 |  #5825

Here are the ones I shot. I'm not a fan of these pics, I have not figures these out yet. I did shoot them from a low angle too but I liked those even less.


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Nov 09, 2019 16:20 as a reply to  @ OhLook's post |  #5826

They cut the ones I shot at a 45 degree angle. Did a practice shoot with the stray piece. Unfortunately there was a memory card error so the frames from today's work-up went to file heaven-purgatory. I miss the 5D in that regard because I didn't worry about file loss unless both cards went south together. Next week. Good thing was this was my practice session otherwise I'd be 5X peeved than I am now.

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Nov 09, 2019 17:04 |  #5827

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They cut the ones I shot at a 45 degree angle. Did a practice shoot with the stray piece. Unfortunately there was a memory card error so the frames from today's work-up went to file heaven-purgatory. I miss the 5D in that regard because I didn't worry about file loss unless both cards went south together. Next week. Good thing was this was my practice session otherwise I'd be 5X peeved than I am now.

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First impression: That looks good. Second impression: Sandwich is too far back on the plate.


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Nov 09, 2019 22:35 |  #5828

One of the recovered files from the dead memory card. A smaller JPG variant of what had been shot.


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Nov 12, 2019 07:56 |  #5829

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The fake ice looks good where did you buy it? The stuff I use is too sparkly.


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Nov 12, 2019 13:21 |  #5830

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The fake ice looks good where did you buy it? The stuff I use is too sparkly.

Made them...this is the thread of my adventure into acrylic:
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Now with the cooler weather I may experiment more.




  
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Nov 12, 2019 21:57 |  #5831

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First impression: That looks good. Second impression: Sandwich is too far back on the plate.

Agree about placing it forward more. Thanks.




  
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Nov 14, 2019 08:50 |  #5832

Bacon makes everything better, right?


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Nov 14, 2019 09:04 |  #5833

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Is there salad wrapped around the toothpicks in the background?


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Nov 14, 2019 09:24 as a reply to  @ piQturesQue's post |  #5834

My suspicion is that the toothpicks have cellophane wrapped around. I have some at home but let's hear what Tony has to say.


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Nov 14, 2019 09:46 as a reply to  @ itsallart's post |  #5835

I agree, it looks like the decorative cellophane that some restaurants use.


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