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Aperture vs. Depth of Field

This is a visual guide (photos) to see how the size of the aperture relates to the depth of field. The wider the aperture, the shallower the DoF.

Brighten your photos using photoshop in under 1 minute with this super easy and quick tutorial + Download a FREE Photoshop Cheatsheet to speed up your workflow!

1 PHOTOSHOP TRICK FOR BRIGHT BLOG PHOTOS

How To Video: DIY Rusty Cookie Sheet Surface for Moody Food Photography

DIY Rusty Cookie Sheet Food Photography Surface VIDEO - Jelly Toast

Peru: The Future of Gastronomy - Condé Nast Traveler

Peru: The Future of Gastronomy

Photos: The Reinvention of Peruvian Cuisine - Condé Nast Traveler

What is exposure compensation? If you’re new to photography or have moved beyond your auto modes, this clunky photographic term might sound a bit confusing. but rest assured, it’s not, and this photography cheat sheet should help clear this up.

The A to Z of Photography: Exposure compensation

What is exposure compensation?re new to photography or have moved beyond your auto modes, this clunky photographic term might sound a bit confusing. but rest assured, it?s not, and this photography cheat sheet should help clear this up.

Working with layers is easy but you have to know your end result before you start mixing channels and curves to create great lighting effects. It's a fine line between artistic photography and great image manipulations and an over blown theatrical mess.

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This wood surface was made from floor planking that I found at Home Depot.  I painted the wrong side of the planks so that you can really see the rough wood grain.

How to Find Amazing Props for Your Food Photos

This wood surface was made from floor planking that I found at Home Depot. I painted the wrong side of the planks so that you can really see the rough wood grain.

Adding steam to food for photography <3

Canon Canon IS lens, sec at ISO 100 Oftentimes the food we photograph loses its steam pretty quickly, even if it's still hot. That little puff of steam adds so much to the photo . it plays with our

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