Thursday, March 01, 2012

Just released: Food Photography for Everyone

Food Photography For Everyone

Also posted on For The Love Of Baking

How is it to take a food photo that really works? Can I use my simple pocket camera? How can I start with my entry level DSLR? How is it to perform a photo session when I am on a budget, have only few equipment and choking constraining time? How does different lighting make the food different? What is it about focus, DoF, PoI, angle, composition, styling, props? What are they really all about? I just want to take a good food photo. Period. How?

If you have such questions lingering your head like bees night after night, you need this book.

Neah, I just want to tell a story about how this book materialized in the first place. Never in my life I had the slightest idea of writing a book by myself, not to mention a photography book! It’s true I like taking photos since I was little. I got familiar with SLR cameras in my early age, around 7-8 years old I guess? My brother lent me his Fujica SLR and 50mm lens for the whole my senior high school year where I took it everywhere. But when I got my first digital pocket camera in 2005, I never expected what life might bring me. Little did I know it would take me to a place I never imagined exists, where I found new respect for things in life and (hopefully) brought me even closer to The Maker.

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