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shirley byrd

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Picnic. This is my entry to a food styling challenge. It was just as much fun as it was challenging. The best part was of course digging in and eating--beer bratwurst, peppers and corn on the cob; chips; watermelon; coconut cake; and fruity pink lemonade.

Canon Rebel T5. 50mm, handheld. ISP-200, F/4.5, 1/30 sec. Taken on a covered porch. Soft box on left, speed light on front right.
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+shirley byrd You are most welcome! If you use Nik, Viveza 2 you can bring out the details.
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John Tucker

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Coffee Bubbles

I'm working on some photos for my renovated kitchen, and this is going to be one that gets printed. I added the steam in post, but I hope it doesn't look like I did. Please feel free to give me your opinion as I would like for it to look somewhat real before printing.
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+Greg Poulos thank you
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John Tucker

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Carrot Cake
My kitchen

This was my first attempt recently at using a gelled flash for background lighting, bounced off the backsplash in my kitchen. Soft box was placed to the right with a white foam board as a reflector on the left. The light from the orange gel cast a slight tint on the icing due to the tight quarters in which I was shooting. Plan to do better with this particular item next time.

Oh, and it was promptly consumed afterwards. :-)
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+Eirini Pyrovolaki it was! Thanks!
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Ryan Scheemaker

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Sashimi. Shot in the restaurant, no other light sources used except the artificial light in the restaurant. I didn't correct the white balance (auto setting used) as you can see on the color. Fujifilm X-T1. 1/10 sec; f/5,6; ISO 2000. 50mm. 
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Marina Fateeva

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Gazpacho
Using flash with softbox from the left back and reflector on the right
Sony A7, 55mm
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+John Tucker Thank you
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shirley byrd

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Figs In A bowl and other good stuff:) After finally, finally finding figs, I'm having a great time styling and shooting them. Next on the list is tart--I hope!

Canon Rebel w/50mm on a tripod. F/4.0, 1/80, ISO-200. Natural and speed light from the left, white foam board on right and soft box over head/back light.
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Very nice arrangement; Nice Photograph :-)
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shirley byrd

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Fig snacks 2 and a Laptop.

Canon Rebel T5 w/50mm on a tripod. ISO-200, F/4.0, 1/100 sec. Speed light and natural light on left. White foam board on right. Soft box overhead/back light.
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+Viana de León Figs are so popular they're difficult to find here. I had been calling and checking 4 different stores for at least 2 weeks. I was so giddy when I did find them, the checkout clerk must had thought I was on drugs!! Thanks for the tip, I'll try to do a "voluptuous" shot too.
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shirley byrd

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Red Onion

Canon Rebel T5 w/50mm on Tripod. Speed light on left front. F/4.0, 1/125 sec
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Sia Krishna

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The dish is called Shahi Paneer where the word ‘Shahi’ refers to royal (in reference to the imperial court) and 'Paneer' is fresh Indin cottage cheese and is made by simmering the fresh paneer in thick and creamy gravy of tomatoes, fresh cream, nuts and spices.

It was shot with Canon 6D + 50mm f/1.8 (handheld) ISO 400
I have used black reflector on the right (where the natural light is entering)
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Great plating arrangement, lighting and colors. Nice work.
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Ulrich Tutsch

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Cheese "turkey" spread. I used natural light northern exposure.
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shirley byrd

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Shrimps on Platter.

Canon Rebel T5 w/50mm, ISP-200, F/4.0, 1/100 sec. Boosted natural light w/speed light on left. Soft box for back light. Silver/gold reflector on right.
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shirley byrd

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Shrimps In Grill Pan dedicated to +Viana de León . For some dumb reason I had been reluctant to use such a pan. But saw a review and ordered one on sale which was on back order. Then I saw Viana's wonderful shrimp image and could hardly wait for my grill pan to arrive. It finally did. And I'm having fun learning how to use it. Thanks Viana.

Canon Rebel T5 with 50mm on a tripod. ISO-200, F/4.0, 100/sec. Soft box back light. Boosted natural light on left w/speed light. Silver/gold reflector on right.
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John Tucker

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Lemon Tart from la Madeleine
Aug. 21, 2016

Nothing fancy tonight. Just a lemony Lemon Tart from a local restaurant. Soft box on the right; silver reflector on the left.
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+shirley byrd Thanks.
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InspiritLyle

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"Unripe Tomato"

Natural Day Light. Used Nikon Coolpix L31 in Macro mode.

I love "FOOD + PHOTOGRAPHY = FOOD PHOTOGRAPY"
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Marina Fateeva

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Croissant

Flash light + reflector
Sony A7, 55mm
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+John Tucker thank you
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John Tucker

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Thanks for accepting my join request. I'm not a pro food photographer, but I do enjoy playing with my food (snicker) if it looks good enough to be in front of my camera. I'm open to constructive feedback and suggestions should anyone want to offer them.

This is a photo of a slice of Mango Key Lime Cheesecake from The Cheesecake Factory. A piece of lime was placed on top as an accent. I used a gelled flash as a background light, and the key light was another flash in a medium soft box at camera right. White foam board was used for bounce on the left side. Exposure was made with Canon 7D Mark II + EF 70-200 f/2.8L IS. Cactus triggers were used to fire the flashes. Image was processed in Lightroom CC 2015.6.1.

Cheesecake was promptly consumed shortly thereafter. :-)
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Would love to see it, but I like the dark green.
More contrast.
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Lukáš Hejtman (Froggy)

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Cherry clafoutis

Canon 40D+Sigma 50/1,4
Tripod, natural light (window, 3m distance) right side + small silver reflector on the left side.
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This look so good great job lukáš hejtman froggy
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Ben Maclain

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Natural light, late evening, outside. My favorite thing is playing with one-two dominant colors (backgrounds and props). In this case, since the major flavors of this lemonade are lavender and blackberries, I've tried to get them associated with the colors.
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Love the impact of echoing the colours of the subject! Thanks for the tip!
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Lukáš Hejtman (Froggy)

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Spiced Salmon Kebab with Balsamic Glazed Vegetables

Canon 40D+Tamron 90/2.8
Tripod, natural light (window, 3m distance) right side + small silver reflector on the left side.
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Jen Mag

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Good Morning Everyone,

I am sharing my first image on here. I had an amazing time doing this shoot almost two years ago. Splash photography is fun but messy to clean. How every the most important aspect of learning is being able to control my lighting and camera speed.

I used 10 gallon fish tank and about 9 gallons of DISTILLED water. I had used two lighting on each side of the fish tank. With over 50 tries, I believe that I was capable of getting at least 15 great prefect shots...

I used a little post production to hide the bubbles under the orange :)...
Happy Friday
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Absolutely wonderful
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