A treat for me is to be out with the camera taking photographs, especially if I’m in the National Park. But this week in a change I’m going to show some food. Different I know, especially as I very rarely photograph food.
We eat good food to keep our bodies healthy. I digest good photos as my visual nutrition. If I go too long without looking at good work, I feel starved. – Matt Hevezi
In my opinion it’s there to be eaten. not photographed. Besides if your messing with a camera the food is getting cold or it’s melting.
But I once attended a catering competition where fancy small nibbles, doubling as a main meal were laid out for photographing. What’s wrong with this? There’s not enough.
Have you ever gone to a restaurant where they serve minuscule sized treats and then expect you to pay a fortune for it?
I have and I came away disappointed. Had to stop off for a curry on the way home. anyway I digress.
Now these might look nice and they probably taste great but c’mon give me something I can get my teeth into.
Photography and tasty food are same. When a Master Chef can explain all ingredients in a proportionate measured level while making a dish, my mom makes it more better with approximate handful guess of ingredients at home. While learning photography, learn all the rules but according to ur creativity one can break with lot of inputs on ur own when u r in the field.. Tasty food & a good photograph matters. – Lakshman Iyer
My final photograph is absolutely beautiful. I wish I had the skill to create something like this.
I mean, how beautiful is that?
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