You are what you photograph and then eat!
Welcome to my social network and blog where you can share photos and information with food photographers from all over the world - Lou Manna
Just wanted to say hello to everyone, and that I myself am fairly new to food photography but just reading the book alone and seeing the pictures on the site I can say that I am inspired by what I am…Continue
Started by Michael Ali. Last reply by Michael Ali May 13.
Hi Guys,I am Anita Mokashi. I am a new member and just wanted to say hello:)I am crazy about photography and i love cooking. My love for food and photography came together in the form of my food…Continue
Started by Anita Mokashi Mar 2.
Hello everybody :) I'm begginner in food photography. I usually cook and try to make composition and shoot my food. But i would like to start working with it. How did you begin doing it. Who are your…Continue
Started by Elena Titarenko. Last reply by ANDRES REYES HERNANDEZ Feb 7.
Hi, I would like to share with you my photo as well as bhind the scene. first I used my Speedlight as the only light source as a back lighting and a reflector in the opposite side 8 Oclock position.…Continue
Started by Abdullah AlMearaj. Last reply by ANDRES REYES HERNANDEZ Feb 7.
Hi Lou and members, I have a question that I hope someone can help me with. Those of you that shoot with lights will know that aperture controls flash. So at f4 the pic will be much brighter/ lighter…Continue
Started by Edwina Cottino. Last reply by Lou Manna Jan 14.
Click on a photo below to find out who shot it and feel free to add your comments! I'd like to thank all of you for your stellar photography and for your participation on this site. Please feel free to dig deeply into the Forum and the Blog sections to learn more about this wonderful and rewarding specialty!
Well here they are!
I was recently interviewed by Fred Fishkin of "Boot Camp" (a report on gadgets and gear) on this topic.
Just click on this link to hear it:http://www.bootcamp.com/interview.jsp?interviewId=1415
And don't forget to eat, drink and be merry!!!
Here are some of the factors that affect depth of field:
1. CAMERA TIPS: