It wasn't a studio setting. The best light was over at the windows. My challenge was to capture the colours, textures, and shapes of the beautiful dishes that were prepared for us.
Seared tuna, pickles, bread crouton, smoked avocado, uni, a jelly disk underneath flavoured with soy sauce and other flavours, marigold petals, more culinary magic in the orange jelly atop the seared tuna... and on top, the black item with puffy white is a piece of beaver tail.
50mm macro lens on a Canon 5D Mk II, f/5.6, 1/80 sec., ISO 400.
Dish prepared by chef Marc Lepine of L'Atelier, Ottawa, ON.
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