Parfait Cheese cake





Contest Finalist in Commercial Style Photo Contest
Contest Finalist in Looks Yummy Photo Contest
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Fabulous Food Photo ContestTop 10 class
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Commercial Style Photo Contest Top 30 class
Commercial Style Photo Contest Top 30 class week 1
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Looks Yummy Photo ContestTop 20 class week 1


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JDLifeshots February 14, 2015
Looks beautiful and yummy! Congrats.
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GigiJim08 March 10, 2015
Congratulations on your Award!
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adavies September 16, 2017
That looks soooooooo good! Nicely presented and captured! If you haven't done so already, please consider joining my Just Desserts challenge:)
httpjuls September 25, 2017
Amazing photo!!!
You should partecipate to my food challenge :)
Have a nice day

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Behind The Lens

I took this photo in a restaurant, in my 1st food photography freelance job.
Early afternoon.
The lighting was rather straight forward, with a flash bender as the main light behind the subject and a soft box to fill in from camera left.
Kept it to a minimum, 2 light stands with a small soft box and flash bender as my light sources. The camera was my trusty Nikon D5100 with a 50mm f1.4 lens.
My inspiration was food that looks and tastes amazing! Wanted to translate that into my image, making the viewer salivate with hunger just by looking at it...think I got it!
Just a simple white balance adjustment and some sharpening, as the image came out of camera pretty much spot on.
In my camera bag
Try and keep it simple with a couple of flashes, a 50mm and a 55-200mm lens. Most times also carry some ND filters and a polarizing depending on the weather or assignment.
My advice would be to play around with the angles, both the camera angle and the angle of the subject in relation to the camera. Also keep adjusting the light in order to get the defining magic touch. Oh yeah...don't forget to sample the goods at the end! hehe

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