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shot in my kitchen, two umbrellas, wasn't happy with the flash bouncing off the backspalsh. shot with canon 6d f7 400 iso 24-70, tried to keep more light from the front. get that glazy look.


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yusuke u.

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I made a meat sauce pasta.

Rely on natural light from the left behind, was the shooting to compensate for the light by the reflector board from the front left hand.
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Looks yummy, but maybe halal maybe no
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Rowena Dumlao-Giardina

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Skillet Potatoes, Chorizo and Garlic Croutons. Since the saucepan is black, I placed it on a big square slate plate with other orange-toned props surrounding the subject to bring out the colors. Taken with a Canon 5D M3, 24-105 mm f/4, natural afternoon light.
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قفله‌ نمدانم بآز کنم ائن پلآسؤ
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macu perez perez

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Bueno , esta vez he disfrutado más de la foto. Esta hecha en la cocina de mi casa, tengo poco espacio , pero aprovecho la contraluz . Hecha a la 1:OO PM , lo que se ve detrás es una caja de cartón , desenfoncando el fondo . Canon 100D f 5.6 ISO 3200
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Queen Sashy

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Celebrating Chinese New Year in photos and food.
Oriental aromatic broth is a play on Chinese master broth, lu shui, a reusable broth/marinade that lasts forever...
Natural light from left and back.
Canon 5D Mark III, EF50mm f/1.4 USM lens.
Handheld, ISO 640, 1/50sec at f/7.1
Processed in Lightroom
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Wendi Spraker

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Corn Dip.  Shot in the weee early morning hours this morning.  Used a table top light to the left with black cards in front of it as well to only allow a tiny squeak of light in.  Black card to the back and a white card to the right. Nikon D90 with 50 mm lens.  I always use a tripod.  I used a remote trigger button for this shot.  Shot in manual mode.  
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Thanks +Extra Recipes 
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Jwarstyle

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Shot with canon 6d 24-70, natural light from the window, f3.5 500iso the light is bouncing off the building in front of me. 
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I could use this,yeees!;-)
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Rhônya Holman

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I recently received a #Lumix  camera for my birthday. Now I've been praticting and experimenting with new settings and angles. So for this shot I adjusted the setting to: 4:3 Aspect Ratio, iA (intelligent Auto), 5 mega pixels, Raw + JPG. It's a very nice, light camera with a larger aperture than my previous (Olympus Stylus Tough) camera, with a lot of cool functions. Among other this, it picked up more of the gloomy but natural light than my Olympus. I'm enjoying learning more about it.

Below is a close up of my first photography using the new camera. Since it's been cold in the past months, I decided to make this soup, test a new recipe and shoot the result. Hope you like -- I'd welcome your feedback.

http://bella.bluelf.me/2016/01/27/recipe-rainbow-carrot-fish-soup-with-spinach/
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Looking at your photograph, it feels like spring already! 
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Kim Ho

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Spanish paella inspired,

Quick shot with window lights, use of printed sheet of newspaper as a change of prop, for the idea 'fantastic paella in a casual setting',
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San Francisco Food

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I recently bought a #Sigma 50mm f/1.4 ART and am really enjoying this lens on my Canon 5DMII. For my latest post on my blog, I cooked up some #kimchi stew and placed it on the table during the day. Natural light is coming through an eastern window in the early afternoon and a reflector is to my left. It still wasn't bright enough for me not to shake had I not been using a tripod, but otherwise, conditions were rather nice!
This is a kimchi stew with pork belly and anchovy soup base. Recipe is at http://sffood.net/kimchi-jjigae-recipe.

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Hi +Wendi Spraker -- link is http://sffood.net/kimchi-jjigae-recipe -- hope you get to try it and enjoy! 
Thanks to you and +Viana de León  -- agreed on the f/8 or 11...would have been better, but I was losing light rapidly! :)
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Hassan Zaki

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My first photo of a new project I am starting. Food in Action. Not sure about the name of the project yet, but i am open to suggestions. The idea is to capture high speed food moments.
Its a 4 light setup, 2 softboxes for rim, 1 umbrella for main light and 1 strobe with grid for the hero (the dough)
I put a lot of details about the shoot in my blog
http://www.foodoshoot.ca/new-blog-avenue/2016/2/8/who-said-food-is-still
Let me know what you think. Thanks.
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Like you said Food in Action ? Nice name
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Rowena Dumlao-Giardina

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Blueberry Cheesecake Oatmeal. Purple tones with green make a vivid picture of natural colors of food. Taken with a Canon 5D M3, 24-105 mm f/4, natural afternoon light.
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Awesome. 
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Ellan Nelly (Dwarf)

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I love to capture steam rising ...but i don't know if there is any specific technique to do that ? .... the sunlight is coming in from the left through the window and used some editing to decrease the temperature .....
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Yeah you're right .... it is all about lighting +Alessio Fangano​ thanks again😊
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Saumya SC

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Amaranth and Dates energy bars. I think late afternoons are the best time to shoot. The natural light is not too harsh and is perfect for food photography. This was clicked late in afternoon using Canon 60D, ISO 250, with indirect natural light coming from the right. 
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Jwarstyle

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More Java your way with the 24-70 , 500 iso F.5.6 keeping it lightly sharper cookies canon 6d umbrellas Photoshop and yummy treats made this project super dope.

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Wendi Spraker

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One of today's projects - Blueberry Cobbler.  Taken on my lunch break - so lunch time sun - not a very sunny day.  In my sun room.  Still using a table top lamp to the left even though I had some natural light - I blocked off the light with black cards, had a black card to the back and a white card to the right.  Nikon D90 with 50 mm lens.  
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+shirley byrd It is really wise to first, learn what a program is suppose to do, by looking at explanations and examples of processed shots in galleries.  That is rather like looking into the index of a book. Thereafter, take advantage of all the free lessons on YouTube. They are typically short, to the point and one can play them over and over again. Better, IMHO than taking a long-winded, boring class. :-) 
No one can master everything about every program. The best one can do is to know what a certain program can accomplish and perhaps look up a tutorial. 
Presets are wonderful things as well. 
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Lawrence Sauter

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Homemade Montreal style bagels, and pretzels. Nikon D800, 50mm f/1.4, 0.4sec @ f/6.3, ISO 400, natural light from left, reflector on right. Sitting on my baker's bench, that used to be my big sister's. It was handmade, over 40 years ago. Not till later, that I noticed the big empty spot, on the platter, at about 4 o'clock.
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Jwarstyle

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Shot with 2 umbrellas, canon 6d 24-70 f7 400 iso I believe, lens at 70 mm avoiding lens distortion att the edges. color corrected in photoshop. now drink up! :)

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For Instagram I would totally agree! I left it the way it is. But you totally right! 
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shirley byrd

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Day 2 of Five Days of Steam:  Learning to Capture Steam Off a Hot Beverage

Canon Rebel  EOS T5.  F/9, 1/20 sec, 36 mm.  Natural light from the back with sun to light up the steam.  Soft box on the right.  No PS.  Didn't quite capture the steam off the cup but had great swirling forms higher up.  I got so excited to capture the steam in a photo, I forgot to use my light reflector on the rugelach:)  Three more days to go!
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shirley byrd

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"The Note"  Coffee and Raspberry Rugelach.  And no I didn't make the
rugelach.)

Canon EOS T5, 35mm, f/7.1, 1/25 sec, ISO-100.  Natural light from the back, sunlight at about 1:30, soft box on the right.  PS touch up to make a little darker.  (Had started shooting for a steam shot but I like shots with sunlight streaming through shutter blinds so stayed with that.)  Will have to resist and try again tomorrow for the steam shot:)
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+shirley byrd You are most welcome! 
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