Ivansosaphotography
Ivansosaphotography

want some Coffee?



Want some coffee?

Want some coffee?
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DNproSTUDIO
 
DNproSTUDIO April 26, 2020
so nice view for this coffee
Ivansosaphotography
Ivansosaphotography April 26, 2020
I loved the shot. Every time I look at this, I want some coffee😀

Behind The Lens

Location
I took it at home. On the dining table.
Time
In the morning, with natural light. Of course, I controlled the light with the curtains.
Lighting
I used natural light, and controlled it with the curtains. I closed them until I get the enough light that I need it for the mood of my picture.
Equipment
Nikon D750, and Nikkor 50mm Hand held
Inspiration
I was preparing my morning coffee and I felt in the mood of taking a picture.
Editing
Of course, every picture needs to have a post-processing in order to express your style. For that, I used Lightroom and PhotoShop.
In my camera bag
What I normally carry is my Nikon D750, a 35mm and 70-200mm.
Feedback
You need to be sure what mood you want to transmit in your shot. And the most important for that is the light. Learn to control it. Direction and intensity of the light.

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