Food! Yummy food!


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casio

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I just came from a food photography workshop.

I learned a lot from it.

Here are my shots. I just used 1 light on all these shots:

Breakfast Set



Chicken Rice



Pralines



Chocolate Bar



Chocolate Box
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casio

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Some more:

Iced Tea - unfortunately, we couldn't replicate the melted ice because we didn't have the right materials.



Kinky Stuff
 

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nice colours :)

i feel for the 'chicken rice' pic, it would have been better if you didn't cutt-off the rice bowl and the other stuff.
 

casio

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nice colours :)

i feel for the 'chicken rice' pic, it would have been better if you didn't cutt-off the rice bowl and the other stuff.
Thanks!

I wanted to focus on the chicken itself.. I had a pic of the whole set but it didn't have much impact as this.

I was told by the instructor that a lower angle would have been better. This way, you see the ingredients under the chicken and you have the other ingredients at the background.
 

tjhan

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NOOOOO I was to attend that Mark Fluro workshop as well but had to pull out due to exams. Nice pictures, I sure hope he's coming back.
 

casio

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NOOOOO I was to attend that Mark Fluro workshop as well but had to pull out due to exams. Nice pictures, I sure hope he's coming back.
I'm sure he'll be back. Lots of stuff to learn from the workshop.

We're quite surprised that we were shooting with just 1 light.

Also, not all table setups had strobes. We even used those cheap flexible lamps from Ikea. It's important to adjust WB though.
 

casio

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I can't believe I forgot to post this:

 

KY1977

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Thanks!

I wanted to focus on the chicken itself.. I had a pic of the whole set but it didn't have much impact as this.

I was told by the instructor that a lower angle would have been better. This way, you see the ingredients under the chicken and you have the other ingredients at the background.
Maybe can tilt a bit more. zoom into the rice while still keeping the side dishes in view.
 

KY1977

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Love every one of them!
 

casio

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Cool stuff. Very sharp images.
Wats your equipment like?
400D, Tamron 17-55, Canon 50 1.8
lighting - just used the modeling light of strobes.. we used different kinds of diffusion materials like acrylic boards, softbox..
 

casio

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These were shot at home after the workshop..

Played around with one of our lamps.





I know there's still a lot of areas for improvement on these shots. I just couldn't fix it because my mind wasn't working anymore at 12am.
 

gnn19

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These were shot at home after the workshop..

Played around with one of our lamps.





I know there's still a lot of areas for improvement on these shots. I just couldn't fix it because my mind wasn't working anymore at 12am.
great shot...
really like this cadbury series...:)
 

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