The right lighting is the essence of good food photography

For all the foodie and food photography lovers, and product samplers, even professionals; if you have trouble getting the right lighting, exposure and colour balance you might have a White Balance set inaccurately. Always check your White Balance settings although auto settings usually work but with the latest LED lighting your camera might get thrown off into confusion.
This model I was testing actually allows us to "point and set" white balance default which automatically recalculates your indoor environment to create the closest natural light it can master.

Folder: Sony Alpha Workshop

Uploaded: Aug 7, 2016

Views: 179

Likes: 56

Tags: Tips, Photography, Workshop, Sony, Alpha, Foodie, Dessert, Indoor, White Balance

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published 1 year ago
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craftsofluv

craftsofluv

posted 1 year ago

haha, thanks @grithermanm. we weren't allowed to eat it though.

craftsofluv

craftsofluv

posted 1 year ago

Thanks @allthingspossible! I really learned a lot there at the workshop. And this seems to be called as "velvet waffle". Going to visit that cafe again and taste it when I have more time and money LOL.

allthingspossible

allthingspossible

posted 1 year ago

Great tip. Thank you. And yum, that looks delicious.

craftsofluv

craftsofluv

posted 1 year ago

Yes. And I didn't even need to edit the picture except adding my watermark and making the image in this square setting

hong2

hong2

posted 1 year ago

This definitely attracts. The layout and the colours are enough to capture the attention.

craftsofluv

craftsofluv

posted 1 year ago

Yes it was nice. I was at a workshop learning the importance of light presentation that either attract or discourage viewers

hong2

hong2

posted 1 year ago

I love the presentation of this!