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Lukáš Hejtman (Froggy)

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Chicken & sweet potato curry

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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jwarnyc

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shot with fuji XT1 35mm at f7 100-200 iso natural light.

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+jwarnyc I don't understand that comment???
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yusuke u.

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We made a bruschetta.

Because it was cloudy, but the light in the dark shooting in the room was not big enough, incorporating somehow the natural light from the left back and right back, was taken to compensate for the light using a reflector board from the front.
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this looks great I tried once, I should of toasted bread first
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Ellan Nelly (Dwarf)

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Ramadan calls for dates and colorful juices .....
took this in the kitchen near the window on the table for the reflection ...with canon and a macro lens ..
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Lukáš Hejtman (Froggy)

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Whole-Wheat Spaghetti with Lemon, Baby Spinach and Salmon

Canon 40D+Sigma 50/1.4
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Ekaterina Fedotova (Katrinshine)

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Pasta with stracchino cheese and fresh tomatoes cream

Canon 650D, 50mm 1.2f, natural light from the right back and reflector from the left. I had really short time to make photos for recipe on my blog, because cheese and hot pasta is not a good combination)
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shirley byrd

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The lonely grape run away! And I'm having fun with a lonely but much loved speedlight!

Canon Rebel 1200D w/50mm prime lens. 1/80 sec, f/4.5, ISO-200. Natural light on left, softbox on back, white foam board reflector on right and an on camera speedlight bounce off the ceiling. I used a clear glass for reflection but still unable to get it more defined.
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Nóra Vingler

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Strawberry White Chocolate Chip Cookie, perfect summer dessert

Shot with Canon EOS 70D and Canon EF 50mm f/1.8 STM lens in natural window light and side reflector.
(ISO 200, 50mm, f/2.8, 1/60s)

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they definitely tasted good :)
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Wendi Spraker

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Old Fashion Butterscotch Pie with meringue. Photographed in my dark sunroom at night - Lowel Ego table top light with a daylight light bulb to the left - shuttered between 2 pieces of black foam core. Pie is sitting on a piece of black foam core as well. Nikon D90 with 50 mm lens. White card to the right. Edited in PicMonkey. What I am particularly happy with is those sugary dew spots on the meringue. Makes me think of my grandmother. Now, I'm gonna go cut me off a slice and go to bed. :)
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+Wendi Spraker Isn't shooting at night fantastic? It turns the home environment literally into a real studio of sorts whereby it's totally dark except for the light you create and craft from your lighting sources. As for the photo, it definitely has that midnight-at-grandma's-kitchen-table feel about it. And anytime a food portrait can make you feel, you've hit a home run in my book. ;-)
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James Gaffney

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THAT’S A WRAP! -- Another food portrait from my recent photo shoot for the newly opened Perks Coffee & Café in New Orleans, this feast for the eyes features the menu’s blackened shrimp wrap with avocado spread. Like my previously posted photo from my Perks shoot I pushed high-key lighting (directly overhead 24”x24” softbox with Speedlight), as well as a 48-inch Octabox (with Speedlight) camera right, white foam-core bounce card (camera left) and a snooted Speedlight at 1/8 power as fill light at the 11 o’clock position. Camera stats: Nikon D800; 70-200mm 2.8 lens; ISO 200; shutter 1/50. Cheers!
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+Lamond Brown Guess technically you're right based on modern convention, but I'm thinking that "wraps" anymore in general can take various shapes and forms. 
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sherif elsiginy

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Taken with Nikon D5200 using manual mode for the first time I'm not an expert in using a DSLR what do you think ?
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+Juan Pablo Molina i love onions it gives the Buger a special taste
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Nóra Vingler

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Today I had to bake for a friend so I decided to make this Whole Grain Cottage Cheese Butter biscuit.

The picture was taken with Canon EOS 70D with Canon EF 50mm f/1.8 STM lens in natural light.
(ISO 160, f/3.5, 1/60s, 50mm)
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healingtomato

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Navy Beans Salad

Taken using Nikon 3200.  F# 13 Exposure Time 1/60.  Taken in the late morning hours with natural light coming from the north and right side.

Edits done in Photoshop and Picmonkey
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Lovely shot. The salad looks delicious. 
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yusuke u.

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I made a tomato sauce pasta.

Because it was cloudy today, enough sun does not enter the room, it became a shooting in a little dark.
Against the natural light from the left back and right back, was taken to compensate for the light from the right front side with a reflector board.
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Gentleman at Home

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Seared Scallop Linguine with Capers

Shot in a 30" light tent with lighting from the sides and top. White only background. 1/50 sec at f / 9.0 - ISO 125 - 42 mm. No flash.


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Ekaterina Fedotova (Katrinshine)

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Lastly I study to make dark food photos and this is my second shooting in this style.
I used natural light from the window, but covered ll sides with blakc paper. In this way there isn't reflections.
Canon 650D, 50mm 1.2f, Manual on the camera and lens 1/25 sec; f/4,5; ISO 100
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Sia Krishna

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It's just one plump and juicy tomato...

Shot in natural light (side light from right without any diffuser or reflector ) with handheld Canon 6D + 60mm macro f/2.8 (with Canon 25mm extension tube II) Very basic edit using Adobe Photoshop (levels and curves)
ISO 100
F-stop f/3.2
Exposure 1/60 sec.
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healingtomato

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Vegan Mushroom Escargot

Taken in the daytime.  Natural light coming from the north and the right.  Taken with my Nikon D3200, Focal Length 50 F Number 13, exposure time 1/80, Aperture.

Edits done in Photoshop and PicMonkey.
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Nisah Cheatham

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Overhead track lighting and my 50mm f/1.8 helps, but I think I should have worked on better lighting.
 
more salmon

I just slapped some herb encrusted salmon under the broiler and paired it with some farmers market snap peas that were just sauteed with garlic and red pepper.

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No offense taken... +Wendi Spraker
... In this case it wasn't about the white balance (I fixed that in post) as much as the fact that there was only one angle where my shadow wasn't in the frame. Also, in Lightroom, I should have boost the exposure a bit more.

The color cast/grading you see was added via split toning. I pushed some blue into the shadows and gold into the highlights.
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shirley byrd

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Roma tomatos. Just practic shooting water drops.

Canon Rebel 1200D w/50mm prime lens. 1/100 sec, F/3.2, ISO-100. Some post processing.
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Great capture!
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