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Jan 10, 2020 11:43 as a reply to  @ post 18986588 |  #5941

#3:-)


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Jan 10, 2020 14:00 |  #5942

madjack wrote in post #18988521 (external link)
That's a nice shot. makes the viewer hungry.

Thank you!

ra40 wrote in post #18988526 (external link)
I like that contrasty look with the dark background. Nicely done and inspires me. :-)

Thanks!

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I like bright cool food images but there is one part of this shot that does not work for me.... the meat. The cool bright works for everything else (even the pork fat and crackling) but to me the meat looks too grey and would benefit from an adjustment brush and a WB tweak.

Everything else (colours, composition, props) look great.

I just try and keep the colors consistent to what i s presented usually.

A bit of surf and turf!

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Jan 10, 2020 16:25 |  #5943

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Thank you!

Thanks!

I just try and keep the colors consistent to what i s presented usually.

A bit of surf and turf!

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The steak looks a bit dry. I might suggest putting a pat of herb butter on it and let it melt a bit or even spritz a little olive oil on it to add a bit of glisten.


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Jan 11, 2020 17:47 |  #5944

navydoc wrote in post #18989743 (external link)
The steak looks a bit dry. I might suggest putting a pat of herb butter on it and let it melt a bit or even spritz a little olive oil on it to add a bit of glisten.


Good tip. I just did one of these for a client for Valentines day, not as artful a shot as Amairiphoto's and not as good a steak or tail either.

My workflow went warm butter, shoot, rearrange, heat gun, shoot, rearrange, heatgun, shoot........


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Jan 13, 2020 12:02 |  #5945

navydoc wrote in post #18989743 (external link)
The steak looks a bit dry. I might suggest putting a pat of herb butter on it and let it melt a bit or even spritz a little olive oil on it to add a bit of glisten.

Ha true, I actually shot this four years ago. Now I know bout making a steak look good with oils etc


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Jan 13, 2020 12:11 |  #5946

Fried Chicken

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Jan 14, 2020 19:37 |  #5947

Salmon salad with lemon olivine oil vinaigrette and steamed potatoes.


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Jan 14, 2020 19:51 |  #5948

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Nice but why does the fork show the entire rainbow spectrum? Never seen anything like that.


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Jan 14, 2020 19:54 as a reply to  @ itsallart's post |  #5949

It's an iridescent fork from Walmart $1.78. It is funky, I was just trying it out for dinner.


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Jan 14, 2020 22:19 |  #5950

K Soze wrote in post #18992227 (external link)
It's an iridescent fork from Walmart $1.78. It is funky, I was just trying it out for dinner.

Well, I may start shopping at Walmart :)


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Jan 15, 2020 18:38 |  #5951

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The lighting is nice on these, but that fork is definitely distracting


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Jan 15, 2020 20:17 |  #5952

amairphoto wrote in post #18992706 (external link)
The lighting is nice on these, but that fork is definitely distracting


Agreed. This was just a test shoot, me playing with dinner, the fork and my new black walnut board.


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Agreed. This was just a test shoot, me playing with dinner, the fork and my new black walnut board.

Winning test! As long as the lighting is good that's all that matters.


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Jan 16, 2020 17:08 |  #5954

itsallart wrote in post #18992224 (external link)
Nice but why does the fork show the entire rainbow spectrum? Never seen anything like that.

My all-clad SS does that sometimes when heated to higher temps. But very minor colors.


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Jan 16, 2020 22:26 |  #5955

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My all-clad SS does that sometimes when heated to higher temps. But very minor colors.

Because it's overheated, lower the temperature and heat it longer


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