Discussion in 'Photography Beginners' Forum' started by iPhoto17, Oct 14, 2009.
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kind of like lunchables but bigger
sauteed mushrooms and garlic and other greens
another candy apple shot
These are all out of foucus and have have poor lighting (built in flash?). The lighting should be diffused and not come from trhe same directionas the camera
so much for depth of field then i guess, those were all done with built in flash, the apple ones had barely any light around anyway so i used the built in flash going for a depth of field kind of thing, as for focusing, the pizza was autofocused and it came out better than my manually focused one, the others are manually focused though
Mmm they do make me hungry. I think the lighting is your main concern in these, I would def try different lighting Techniques
You might want to try some tips from here
Tasteful Food Photography - O'Reilly Media
Silverace * Photogenic * Food Photography
The second link has good tips on focus & DOF
Oh and Here is some Awesome Ideas for Lighting!
Strobist: Food Photography Made Easy: The Lunch Box
BTW: What camera & Lense are you using
thanks for links and the luck, and im using a nikon D3000 18-55mm lense
I just made some candy apples for my boys... But yeah.. Way too dark if anything you could have opened up the aperture a bit more, and set longer shutter speed maybe?
aperture was open as wide as it couldve gotten, longer shutter speed might have worked, im looking into getting a new lense that opens wider than 3.5-5.6 though.
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