Finding available light food photography

Finding available light food photography

These days, I enjoy cooking again in my kitchen niche’ at home. Mostly, I am preparing simple dishes like Korean Kimchee bowl, and what I call my ‘Mexican burrito bowl’ — more on the ingredients and recipe later.

As I prepare the dishes in the early evening, the available light is good, so I grab my Nikon D3 and 85mm 1.4 D lens, and start ‘working it.’

Sometimes, I’ll throw in a Manfrotto LED for some ‘splash light’.

PM30

Published by paulmansfield30

grant writer educational and media consultant in the nonprofit field. I've traveled all over Asia, (love sushi!) and recently watching Game of Thrones, and am inspired to develop films and teach visual storytelling to the neighborhood students.

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