Blog Post #6: Food Photography

Lemons

  • Over-Exposed

(1/125, F/5.0)

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  • Properly Exposed

    (1/125, F/9.0)

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  • Under-Exposed

    (1/125, F/25)

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  • Capturing an over-exposed photo was particularly challenging because it was a cloudy day, and I needed all the brightness I was able to get. There are slight differences between the over and properly exposed, but the apertures are nothing alike.

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Pistachio Bread

  • Over-Exposed

    (1/125, F/5.0)

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  • Properly Exposed

    (1/125, F/7.1)

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  • Under-Exposed

(1/125, F/14)

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  • Again, it was challenging to capture an over-exposed image, but in the properly exposed the image is warmer and the sunlight looks more inviting. In the under-exposed, only the outlining of the bread is seen, with an aperture of 14!

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Thin Mints

  • Over-Exposed

    (1/125, F/5.6)

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  • Properly Exposed

    (1/125, F/8.0)

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  • Under-Exposed

    (1/125, F/13)

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  • In the under-exposed, no details of the cookie can be seen. Whereas in the over-exposed, the lighting is harsher on the eyes than the properly exposed, which is warm and inviting.

 

 

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