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Sometimes I bake



Many thanks to my awesome model.
Only with natural light.

Many thanks to my awesome model.
Only with natural light.

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Contest Finalist in Yummy In My Tummy Photo Contest
Runner Up in Cooking Photo Contest
Contest Finalist in Cooking Photo Contest
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Behind The Lens

Location
The location is very unspectacular. A kitchen like yours or mine.
Time
The photo was taken in 2018 January the 14th at about 15:00.
Lighting
The only source of light was the light in the kitchen.
Equipment
For this shot I used my Nikon D850 in combination with the magnificent Sigma 24-35mm f2.0 Art Zoom.
Inspiration
The goal that day was to take some cool bathtub photos. The baking photos were taken, so to speak, as warm up before the actual photo shoot.
Editing
For Sure! After selecting the photos to edit, I choose the color look for each set, then I correct, if necessary, the light of the picture. Then the picture is cropped if necessary and that's it.
In my camera bag
For my portrait shootings I usually use my full format DSLR with a set of (relatively) fast primes: A 45mm, a 85mm or 90mm macro, and a 135mm, the magnificent Sigma 24-35mm f2.0 Art Zoom for the slightly wider angles and sometimes a 70-200mm (if I need it for longer distances).
Feedback
Here I had a special Idea at a unspectacular location. I had the luck, to have a beautiful model in a good mood to make the photos. A camera with manual control gives me all the possibilities I need and then go for it. And never forget to do some the post-processing, if you have some retouching skills, your pictures will always be better after the retouch ;-)

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