I could have given this image the title “Being outside – looking inside.”
Enjoy and keep on photographing!
This weeks exercise is about being inside a building and looking outside. You have to deal with two completely different light situations. Usually the light on the outside is much for bright and you get some sort of silhouette of the subject on the inside. There are different methods to solve the problem. You can use a flash to brighten up the inside of you can take two shots, one exposed for the inside and one for the outside and combine them in post-production.
Another issue is focusing and f stop. Do you focus for inside or outside. Do you take two image and combine them in post- production. Do you know the hyper-focal distance of your lens? These are all issues that you have to deal with if you want to create a great image.
As always, have fun with this exercise!
What do you think? Did I use a flash or did I expose twice?
Photographing food is not an easy task and not everyone can create images that make the viewer want to eat what he/she sees in an image. I suggest we start this project easy by photographing your daily meals for a week. Have fun with this exercise!
Our dinner salad. I photographed this image using a single umbrella light which was positioned right above the salad bowl. Enjoy and bon appetite!
These are bubbles in my ice tea. The line in the cup separate the bubbles from the background. Somehow I spilled a few drops on them which actually act nicely as a straight implied line.
Enjoy and happy photographing!
PS: I shot this image with my new little Point and shoot while I was bored in a restaurant. There are always opportunities for creating images.