The dinner looks great! I must tale a picture of it!
what? I just want this to be perfect!
please let’s see it at facebook…
My ex-wife was very much this way. She wrote for a food magazine.
If Horace turned the camera around the other way to face the Sun, with the shutter and the rear cover open (if it was a film camera), he could keep their food warm. :-)
A long lens needs a monopod or tripod or you will see blur on the enlargements.
and the food will be perfectly cold…. ! ! !
I’d love to photograph food more often; I’ve done it occasionally when it’s plated and sitting on the kitchen counter, with the early eveing sun providing a warm back-light… Makes food look as good as it tastes.
At least he didn’t want to sketch it.
I don’t understand why some people post pictures of their food on the Internet. I don’t really care what national leaders or (in)famous celebrities are eating; why should I care what you’re eating?
I mostly just take photos as a record for my various eating plans, but special dinners on my best dishes can be rather photogenic.
It’s on page 5 of the latest OCD Gourmet.
July 31, 2015