Food Photo 101 – Lesson 6

Food Photo 101 – Lesson 6

Food Photo 101 is back! Here is Nika’s next lesson, near and dear to my stomach… (Dark and delicious BBQ’d and smoked pork butt) I am sorry that the next class in this series has taken so long to produce.Today I am going to step away form technical...
Food Photo 101 – Lesson 5 Results

Food Photo 101 – Lesson 5 Results

Finally, I have my results from Lesson 5 of Food Photo 101! I have to first say that having weekend time makes a big difference, and I hope others following along took advantage of having natural light. This time of year means I leave either in the dark or just after...
Food Photo 101 – Lesson 5

Food Photo 101 – Lesson 5

We’re back, now that the holidays are over. And here’s the lesson, from Nika… Before I get into the core of this lesson, I wanted to let you all know about a change to this course. To allow people more time to do these lessons, the timing has been...
Food Photo 101 is Back – Contest Results

Food Photo 101 is Back – Contest Results

The holidays are over, and Food Photo 101 is starting up again. First thing up… Results from the Holiday Contest!!! I hope everyone had a great holiday and that you’re looking forward to a great 2008.As mentioned previously (FP101 Holiday Contest Prize...
Food Photo 101 – Lesson 4 Results

Food Photo 101 – Lesson 4 Results

Lesson 4 starts pushing us down the path of thinking about the subject of our photos instead of how we’ve set up our things around the subject. Previous lessons were about settings on the camera and lighting, but this time I had to actually think about what was...
Food Photo 101 – Lesson 4

Food Photo 101 – Lesson 4

This is getting to be a lot of fun. Nika’s lessons are building on each other, and I already notice improvements in my photos. This week’s topic is Composition, which should start helping those of us that don’t quite put the right stuff together (I...

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