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Lail Hossain

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This brown chickpeas rice a.k.a cholar pulao was shot right before sunset in my backyard.

I would like to have feedback on the styling and also learn how do you like to style rice dishes.

More delicious photos of this rice here -
http://www.withaspin.com/2014/07/09/brown-chickpeas-pulao-cholar-polau/
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Sadaf F K

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Picture taken from smartphone 8mp camera. Edited on Picmonkey and Text design on Photoshop. Need your feedback on overall look. Is it really an image that Foodgawker accept? ;)
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lisa h.

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My first time using artificial lighting, not quite happy with the results though, feels like it accentuate more than it should. Appreciate your thoughts
Tim Tam Cherry Tartlettes
http://ow.ly/yvG5n #baking  #recipe #foodphotography
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+Greg Poulos my apologies. Will do so when I am back. I am thousands of kilometers away from my PC, will only be back next week. 
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Enz F

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Taken using #iphone 5 with natural lights during lunch time. Post-processed in #snapseed and #biglens. These are photos of spiced native Filipino vinegar. May I ask which one of the them do you prefer? I would greatly appreciate your feedback.

Vinegar dipping sauce is a very important side concoction on every Filipino dining table. Check out the spiced rendition here: http://enzaladang-utak.blogspot.com/2014/06/sukang-maanghang-highly-spiced-filipino.html

Feel free to reshare and add me to your circles.
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+Enz F  thanks for the photo, nicely done. Can you edit the description to remove the link to a blog? Please check our Read FIRST Rules section. Thanks
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Stuart Webster

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Just shooting for fun, natural light streaming in from the right, nothing else done.

RAW processing in LR4
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Carla Revell

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Of the two; which lighting is most preferred? I am using a Samsung S4 and the lighting on the left is natural light and the one on the right used overhead spot in my kitchen.
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Thank you, I will try to make adjustments. 
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San Francisco Food

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Would love a critique on this photo. Canon 24-70mm 1/15 at f/4.0 ISO 1000....what could I have done better? Taken in my home at night with only the ceiling lights above the dining table.
In reviewing restaurants, this is a constant lighting situation I face and will continue to face -- and setting up during a dinner out is not always possible or allowed, even. I'd love to get any tips on what you think I could have done to get a better shot of this salmon/chicken patty burger given the lighting I had.
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Hi +Jaime Juan Suarez Martínez  -- thanks for the feedback. I took some more shots for today's burger post: http://sffood.net/poached-egg-burger-recipe/
but I'll have you know I took no less than 240 shots of one burger. LOL Without staging a shot, I can't seem to get a good landscape shot with a relatively tall burger so I find that I keep cropping it in to grab the details instead. I did increase DOF when possible. Thanks!
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Art Nouveau Patisserie

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This photo is a modification from one of my original photos of the strawberry #macarons  I baked 3 weeks ago. I find this angle and blur/focus play between top and bottom plates even more interesting than the  original one. It gives you this kind of cool sensation like if you were jumping between the quilt and the mattress of your bed made of strawberry macarons. My ultimate dream! LOL!  I love this photo so much that I decided to use it for my page cover.  Hope you will enjoy too. for the photo I used my Olympus mu 1030sw macaron proof (I mean waterproof LOL) 3.97mm, Exposure 1/30, f/2.4, ISO 540. Then Google+ photo tools for further modifs.
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Laura Dawn

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Aloha! My name is Laura Dawn and I just joined this community. 
Just shot this one the other day with my D800. I'm just starting out, so any feedback would be helpful! I'm using all natural light on this one and I made the raw granola too! I'm trying to step up my game on my website www.happyandraw.com and I've been having so much fun with it but it's a steep learning curve! 
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Stuart Webster

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I struggle with shooting from above but have decided after seeing +White On Rice Couple -Todd Porter & Diane Cu workshop on +CreativeLive I'd try a little harder.

Let me know what you think.

all recipes by Gurpareet Bains
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Roo Man

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Roast Pork Belly .
Shot indoors near a window with a Nikon d7000
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OMG pork belly😍😍😍
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Roo Man

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Stuffed Eggplant.
photographed indoors with a desk lamp and Nikon D7000.
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Wow.. thank you very much!!!
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Diana from Paintsewgluechew

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These radishes were picked for pickling.  They are on a white board with very bright sunlight behind.  

I was aiming for really sharp focus on the veg, with blurred behind, but not as crisp foreground as I would have liked.  Canon Eos 500 on the AV setting, and no post edit except the watermark.
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We haven't changed the rules, only gone back to enforcing the part about links. Links have always been not allowed. We just have been a bit lax. Since we got lax, now people are making all their posts about trying to use links to drive people from here to blogs. It's getting bad.
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Arián Krakov

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Bread and butter! Thoughts? 

Taken with Natural light from a far away window at the back (of the plate). minor adjustments in LR.
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Delicious. Please share not only the pic :)
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Devi Annamalai

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Kohlrabi-lentil soup: I felt this was a tough subject for photography. This soup is green rich and especially after cooking it looses its appeal. So, I tried long and a top shot with a diffused light coming from the window. Would like to know more tricks to shoot these kinds of pics. 
Camera: Sony RX100, light touch up in lightroom 5.2


#kohlrabi #soup #souprecipes #healthy #nomnomnom #vegeterian #lentil  
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+Devi Annamalai thanks for the photo, nicely done. Can you edit the description to remove the link to a blog? Please check our Read FIRST Rules section. Thanks
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Arián Krakov

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Are collages good to show food photography? What do you think? 

My only concern is that the apps you have to use impact the quality of the photo
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OK. thanks!
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Im reposting my chargrilled pineapple post, as I seem to have posted incorrectly before (sorry).  I shot this outside in bright sun light at mid day.  No post editing (except for the words).

http://paintsewgluechew.com/2014/06/char-grilled-pineapple-lime-brown-sugar-glaze/

I was really trying to bring out the griddle marks, but i didn't really get their contrast as much as I would have liked.  It was super tasty though.

#chargrilledpineapple  
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I am today thank you Diana! 
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Grace Khieu

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I made some mini "naked" cakes for mother's day and wanted to experiment with frosting and stacking... I realized that using sponge would probably be best since it's sturdier. I couldn't stack more than 2 layers without it falling over, even if I used toothpicks! I thought the strawberries were great (they're between the layers too) and the mint added a nice touch of color.

photography-wise, what are your favorites? comment on which ones :) I wanted to experiment with the natural back lighting and the greenery in the background. overall, I'm pretty happy with my pictures and I think that the background colors match the food colors as well.
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Very nice photos
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Afner Hernández

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Hello everyone! Ok here's my last image, I shot it for my website as well (its detailed in my profiled in case you're curious) I wanted it to look casual. Used my 50mm outdoors, with a diffusor at 45 degrees. Post processed in CO7 and PS. Composition wise it was kind of a challenge... but I think it works for its purpose. Any suggestions?

#phaseone   #sonyalpha   #food
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+Diana from Paintsewgluechew Thank you very much, that's the impression that I wanted to give, casual and "non-tight" for saying it that way :)
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Stefan Klinge

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First attempt to make some food photography

Just some ideas...and I took what I had. I chose a classic three point lighting with three LED lights. Two Aputure Amaran 528s and a Z-Flash from F&V. Canon 24-105 L lens and a Canon 550D/T2i. Additionally I used some black wrap that worked as flags, mounted on the bigger Amaran 528s to give the light a bit more direction.

For the backround I used a dark grey photo cardboard that I pinned under a glas plate and a second one upright pinned at the wall.

And I used some sunflower oil, to give the fruits some more glance. 

I'd really like to hear what you think.
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