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Dear friends from the Food Photography Google+ community. I'd like to thank you for the opportunity to share a little bit of my food photography work with you during this time. If you want to keep following me for new food photos, my Instagram is https://www.instagram.com/picturegraphie_photography/

Hope to see you guys soon!

Cheers!
Douglas.

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Close up of a Dungeness crab from a crab & shrimp boil.
Canon 80D w/100mm on a tripod, F4.5 1/10 sec, ISO-200
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Some Christmas homemade lemon pie. 🎄 🥧 🍋 Shot with the APS-C Canon T6i and the 50mm f/1.8. Ambient fluorescent light and edited in Lightroom CC mobile version.
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Nikon D800 85 mm 1.8 lens
strobes
homemade crepes
food & styling: me
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Deep depth of field using the Canon 50mm f/1.8 @f/11 and one single 5600K softbox.
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I'm a muncher so I love experimenting with appetizer and snack tray. Sometimes the flavor combinations are great other times, not so great. This started out as winter wonderland idea.

Canon 80D w/100mm on a tripod. Speedlight through a translucent umbrella and gold/sliver reflector front right. Post processing.
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Peach Pear Pie. I love food images that show human interaction. But I can't afford a model. For my food blog, when I elect to shoot with human interaction, it's quite a challenge to manually focus for a sharp image. Still searching for the trick! Now if I can just bake pies that have a great presentation!

Canon 80Dw/100mm prime on a tripod. Speedlight through translucent umbrella on the right. It's placed in front of a window to a covered porch. The afternoon sun is lower in the sky and so this set up seems to give me a softer light. 1/5 sec, F5.6, 500 ISO
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Had to redo image in post-processing:

The Kiwi Cocktail
So I'm learning more about building a tent with black foam board to get complete darkness.

Canon 80D with 100mm on a tripod. Speedlight with one mode grid.
1/8 sed, F/8, ISO100. Post processing included focus stacking.
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I was just having fun with a new lens the other night at dinner. Wouldn't necessarily try to sell the image for an ad or anything.

Olympus E-M1ii + Zuiko 25/1.2 wide open.
Available light.
Lightroom Classic.
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Image correction: Changed Rotation

A Play With Natural Light. In the fall, the sun travels lower in the sky, its light comes through my windows in such an angle as if to say, "winter is coming, winter is coming." And I answer the light, "Come in, come in." I love the light contrasted with the hard shadows that are produced though I I feel I need to capture it more creatively.

Canon 80d w/50mm prime on a tripod. Natural light.
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