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Keep Greens in a Wet Napkin in the Fridge For fresh looking ingredients such as salad, lettuce, veggies with green ends. I always store it in a wet napkin in a fridge and I take them out right before I am ready to shoot them. Sometimes I also wash them in cold water as well, so there is some small water drops left on the surface. Then invest in signature props that will make the dish pop. Handmade ceramics work wonders for adding details to your shot. This one would have saved me heaps of time and money!
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Then invest in signature props that will make the dish pop. Handmade ceramics work wonders for adding details to your shot. This one would have saved me heaps of time and money! Local Bric-A-Brac Stores Very new to food photography and for me the most enlightening moment for me was realising that the local bric-a-brac stores full of old style china, plates and linen worked wonders with the prop issue.
I have recently found lovely old spoons, boards and baking trays and will be utilising these I hope to good effect. Somehow the worn textures, historic connotations make the food more everyday real, reminders of well-loved recipes our grandmothers and mothers made — the tastes we take through our history.
Use the ones you find in your house or ask your family, friends, neighbours to lend you some pieces you might be interested in! Using ingredients as props is also a simple and cheap way to get interesting photos. I have spent way too much money on food props that I have used once some of them not even once since I bought them!
They looked cool in the shop but not on my pictures! This is done by setting the "film speed" or ISO sensitivity into the meter. Exposure and rendering[ edit ] Manual shutter control and exposure settings can achieve unusual effects.
Star trails produced by long exposure photography in Chile. The prominent constellation in the middle is Orion , and to the right of it, the brightest star trail is Sirius. The total amount of light reaching the film plane the 'exposure' changes with the duration of exposure, aperture of the lens, and on the effective focal length of the lens which in variable focal length lenses, can force a change in aperture as the lens is zoomed.
Changing any of these controls can alter the exposure. Many cameras may be set to adjust most or all of these controls automatically.
This automatic functionality is useful for occasional photographers in many situations. The duration of an exposure is referred to as shutter speed, often even in cameras that do not have a physical shutter, and is typically measured in fractions of a second. It is quite possible to have exposures from one up to several seconds, usually for still-life subjects, and for night scenes exposure times can be several hours.
However, longer shutter speeds blur motion, and shorter shutter speeds freeze motion.
Therefore, moving subjects require fast shutter speeds. Longer focal length lenses will pass less light through the same aperture diameter due to the greater distance the light has to travel; shorter focal length lenses will transmit more light through the same diameter of aperture.
The f-stops that might be found on a typical lens include 2.
Image capture can be achieved through various combinations of shutter speed, aperture, and film or sensor speed. Different but related settings of aperture and shutter speed enable photographs to be taken under various conditions of film or sensor speed, lighting and motion of subjects or camera, and desired depth of field.
A slower speed film will exhibit less "grain", and a slower speed setting on an electronic sensor will exhibit less "noise", while higher film and sensor speeds allow for a faster shutter speed, which reduces motion blur or allows the use of a smaller aperture to increase the depth of field.
For example, a wider aperture is used for lower light and a lower aperture for more light. If a subject is in motion, then a high shutter speed may be needed.
A tripod can also be helpful in that it enables a slower shutter speed to be used. The chosen combination affects the final result. The aperture and focal length of the lens determine the depth of field , which refers to the range of distances from the lens that will be in focus.
A longer lens or a wider aperture will result in "shallow" depth of field i. This is often useful for isolating subjects from backgrounds as in individual portraits or macro photography.
Conversely, a shorter lens, or a smaller aperture, will result in more of the image being in focus. This is generally more desirable when photographing landscapes or groups of people. With very small apertures, such as pinholes , a wide range of distance can be brought into focus, but sharpness is severely degraded by diffraction with such small apertures.
However, as lens technology improves, lenses are becoming capable of making increasingly sharp images at wider apertures. Image capture is only part of the image forming process.