2nd January 2003, 12:35 AM
Food Product shots.
Hi all. hope i can some answers here too.
Any of you guys have any guidelines on how to take good pictures for food products... like angles, lighting, food product layout, flash/no flash(wat kinda flash?), apertures, etc. using 602z digicam.
I have tried to take some, but i'm not very satisfied with the results.
seems like theres some unwanted shawdows no matter where i place the light source.
Is it better to under expose to over-expose... assuming i cannot get the just-right exposure.
Pls take a look and my shots(edited) and setup and give some suggestions/tips on how i could improve them.
Last edited by jeremywe; 2nd January 2003 at 12:37 AM.
2nd January 2003, 07:01 AM
hmm u prob need 2 lamps both position 45deg sideways and up on each side of the plate to cancel out the shadows.
4th January 2003, 10:59 PM
no experience taking food b4, but judging from those pics in food court's stalls, most are cropped at some edges making the food looks "bigger" than the frame can hold. so u might wanna try some of these effect too
5th January 2003, 07:25 PM