Thanks for the tip Scott.
"Lighter Fare". No pun intended. Look, as a photographer there are two things I would suggest. A) Do not use the camera’s flash for pix of food. Even a couple of driveway lights in little clamps on doorways or whatever will do better, just get the lights away from the lens, at some angle. Use two if you can, one closer, one further from the food. B) If you are using a mid-level point and shoot machine, go to the camera store and ask about a screw-on close-up lens. I bought my girlfriend one, and she loves it. She can get right in a feline’s face. Also, it delivers a wider view for landscapes. Just tell the folks at the store that you want to shoot closer up on a plate and keep everything pretty much in focus. Your auto focus, and auto exposure need to be working properly for this, but I think you’ll be very pleased with the results.
-Scott Lindgren [email protected]
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