Monday, October 27, 2008

My food photography workshop

I attended a 2-hr food photography workshop that taught me how to place the food products, some tips and tricks in placing the food and making the food look appetising. Of course, I also learnt about lighting, reflectors and use of various lenses. There were several lenses I could play with. 60mm macro and the L lens series of 24-200mm (if I can remember correctly)

Here are some shots of what I've taken. This was not taken in a studio - it is at the instructor's maisonette @ Bedok.
Here's the raisin walnut cake.



BreadTalk Cheese Bread

If bread could talk, it would say 'Cheese'!

6 comments:

Let's masak said...

Good shoots!! May I know how much you pay for the workshop?

Missy said...

i paid $60 for 2 hrs workshop.. actally only a small group, so more interactivity. so it extended by another 1/2 hr. u keen? i can pass u his contact. but i dont have much of his equipment and lens so i cant apply much though

Let's masak said...

I am quite keen but I use those compact digital camera, not DSL. What camera is used in the workshop?

Missy said...

I actually own a Canon DSLR 350D (old model and not in the market anymore) with 2 additional lenses. The instructor uses more sophisticated camera and lenses.. also Canon :) It's the lens that bring out the subject in this case.

Let's masak said...

In this case too bad.

Missy said...

dun worry angel. a canon powershot can bring out good results too. worth the investment.