Sept 17 Subject Competition: Food


This photo was taken with a Nikon D5200 with f4, ISO640 and shutter speed 1/60.


‘Sneaky treat’

Shot on Canon 60D, ISO 1250, f/10, 1/125 sec

using aperture priority


“Cheerful cherries”
f/11, 5 sec, ISO-100, -2exp, spot metering
Canon 70D with Canon EF 24-105mm f/4L IS USM lens
This shot came about completely by accident 18 months ago while cleaning my antique silver sugar bowl. The reflections from a roll of black & white gift wrap next to it grabbed my attention, so I did a very basic setup on the kitchen bench, filled it with leftover cherries & snapped away. The biggest challenges were trying to achieve some symmetry, get the best reflection pattern possible & minimise the glare from the silver & the shiny paper. Food photography doesn’t normally interest me at all, but I loved the tri-colour contrast & vibrancy I achieved with this.
On The Rocks
Taken at the Queen Victoria Building in Sydney using the Macro Lens
Junior Entry
Fried Rice
88927FEE-421E-4F2F-B53A-F9B01E54F7FD “Just a Nip”
1/160 F2.8 ISO200 at 50mm
Canon 5D Mk IV
Making memories (and scones)
Shooting data: F/4.5. 1/320, ISO 320
One of my fondest childhood memories is the time I spent in the kitchen with my Grandma. She was such a patient, kind, and loving woman who was never cranky about any mess made. I remember accidentally dropping an egg on the floor and I was worried. Grandma had the best response, she laughed!
This photo is of my daughter and her Mama. I love that they have such a special bond.
Lazy Sunday
Nikon D3200, ISO 200, F5.6, 1/250 using 18-55mm kit lens
Photo taken straight from camera card.
DONUTS….Pretty Round and colourful. Full of delicious yumminess that no one can refuse…….
Deconstructed Egg
Settings: 1/400, f2.2, ISO 800 (still all left as is from prior attempts to capture the actual smash itself. As you can tell by my lack of entry showcasing that, it’s still a work in progress!)

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