Work in Progress No. 5: Food Gallery

November 22, 2016

A continuous effort to improve my skill…on my way to 10,000 hours of photography, to success and to great photography.

Let’s try food photography, this time. Taking photos of food in a restaurant is quite challenging, especially when lighting was not in your side. Sometimes, you really need to stand and move around the table just to take the best shot. Of course with this, expect people to have weird thoughts about you. But, would you care? I haven’t reach that stage yet, but I definitely, move foods or my phone around so that I can at least be satisfied with what I’ll be getting. My husband can’t complain anymore. He needs to wait until I gave the signal that he can start eating his food. 🙂

Note: All photos were taken using Samsung Galaxy Note 4 and post processed in Snapseed.

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Grilled Chicken Caesar Salad

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Half Pound Traditional Wings

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Friday’s Chili Ball Park Nachos

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Jack Daniel’s Beef Brisket Quesadilla

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Jack Daniel’s Burger

emilie-bombita-food-photography-cajun-shrimp-and-chicken-pasta

Cajun Shrimp and Chicken Pasta

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Jack Daniel’s Ribs & Shrimp

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Baby Back Ribs

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