Baby steps in food photography
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Baby steps in food photography

If you follow this blog, you know that I am not a good photographer. However, with the somewhat subtle encouragement from my friend and colleague Regan Jones, I’ve taken a few stabs at it as of late. Confident that my phone could NOT take decent pictures, I now take food picture (or images, as they say) with my phone. I send them to Regan each time for her constructive criticism: “the foil is distracting. I prefer at least one edge of the plate or dish in photos. the lettuce does NOT look funny.” Appreciative of each and every comment, I learn from her wisdom and try to improve on the next series that I “shoot”.  Let’s just say that my photos, like me, are a work in progress.  I’m going to leave the photography lingo to the professionals…….

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  • Regan @ The Professional Palate
    Posted at 16:43h, 16 July

    I think you are making amazing progress! I’m so proud 🙂

    • Robin
      Posted at 20:12h, 16 July

      Thank you, Sensei

  • Debbie
    Posted at 17:10h, 16 July

    You are doing great. The fork picture looked edible and the salad pictures, I wanted to make it.

    • Robin
      Posted at 20:12h, 16 July

      Thank you, Debbie! Yes!! Make the salad–greens, strawberries, feta and marcona almonds!!

  • Leah Wakefield
    Posted at 22:11h, 16 July

    Looking at these pics is making me hungry. I’m pretty sure that’s a good sign:)

    • Robin
      Posted at 22:20h, 17 July

      Yay. So glad, Leah!

  • Alysa (InspiredRD)
    Posted at 19:28h, 17 July

    Great job! If you look at my blog, the early food pics were…not so good…I’ve been learning here and there and improving at a slow and steady rate 🙂 You will too!

    • Robin
      Posted at 22:23h, 17 July

      Thanks, Alysa! Slow and steady work for me, too. Your photos with Chekera are beautiful!

  • Janel
    Posted at 19:40h, 17 July

    I’m realizing more and more that lighting plays a HUGE role, and I live in a dark ground level apartment! Ah well, the food tastes good 😉

    • Robin
      Posted at 22:22h, 17 July

      LOL! Yes, lighting is key, I’ve found. That and removing the flash when it’s not needed…..you know-it’s those little things!

  • Danielle Omar - Food Confidence RD
    Posted at 20:08h, 17 July

    These look great — especially from a phone! 🙂

    • Robin
      Posted at 22:21h, 17 July

      Thanks for the support, Danielle. Stay tuned for improvement (I hope!)