Food Photography,Good Food and Great time....

It was a long wait for me to learn photography with my DSLR.....Six months ago,when i spoke to my husband about my hunt for best CAM for blogging...He said the array of cams sleeping in drawers...I need to find so much words to say to compromise(freeze) him :) and finally we landed in buying one...Though,he was in half mind to use it,I started to click more with all the roadside shots and the family hangs outs...Then,it became our family's most dependent gadget next to this lappy....
I dont know anything about DSLR,never read the manual....I just click in each mode and finally choose the best(good) picture to post here...I hardly do some croping and texting in picasa ,but stumbled to the DSLR fever now...


 Mohammad Ali,a great person and admin of this "Chennai Food Guide" ,Open Forum in Facebook....Sriram Gopal,the man behind Prohive.com,Nikhil Moturi ,the properiator of Crimson Chakra and finally the main man Kunal Daswani ,the photographer came together to teach us food photography...

People might wonder why its only food photography..It is said the food and the nature is the best source to click on earth to learn photography ...

We worked in three kinds of flash lights...


4 different kinds of food served for photo shoot


The Veg Rice bowl under Hard light


Thats master piece


Some shoots with the Ice cream Cake...It was melting soon since the flash light producing the heat


Finally ,approved


And the feast was really good,The man behind the food is the restaurateur..

This happened on last weekend,And I am posting the event in my blog as promised to organizer...I am working on my photography and also will share the tips in future.....

35 comments:

  1. That is a great opportunity and happy for u...

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  2. Hi...Thats a very nice post....I am waiting for your tips on food photography....I used to click pics on program mode of nature...My fav section is macro....Dint have a DSLR,with Sony DSC-H10(Display got damaged 6 months back :()....but am very bad at taking fud pics...Waiting for your classes :)

    FunWidFud

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  3. Priya, U r so lucky to learn the techniques from the professionals, Am also a newbie who is trying to learn food phtography, Share some tips with me while u learn ...

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  4. Iam also a newbie in food fotography..Recently my dh bought a DSLR for me..Learning the basics:)

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  5. Iam also a newbie in food fotography..Recently my dh bought a DSLR for me..Learning the basics:)

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  6. Priya you certainly are lucky.Waiting for you to start a page on food photography with tips and tricks!

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  7. Omg, Lucky gal, hope u will share some tips with us, cant wait to see ur beautiful clicks in future posts..

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  8. Thanks for visiting my space.. You've got a lovely blog here.. It is interesting to read each of your posts.. Yet to explore the rest.. Happy to follow you... Keep visiting my space too :-)

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  9. Lucky you and I am happy for you.Waiting for some fantastic pictures soon.

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  10. Sounds like a good day out with lots of new skills you learnt.Do share the tips with us so we can all learn.

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  11. Hi,

    Thanks for sharing the link - but unfortunately it seems to be down? Does anybody here at priyasfeast.blogspot.com have a mirror or another source?


    Thanks,
    Jack

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  12. Kudos sweetie.... You are going places... Mastering skills is an amazing thing to do..... U are just getting richer & richer with your resources..... Happy to know that..... I'm sure from here on everything is going to be just GORGEOUS!!!!!

    Ash....
    (http://hastkala-oceanichope.blogspot.com/)

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  13. I would love to learn more about photography too...! I hope you would share with us some tricks in the future :).

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  14. oooo...Iam jealous...I call myself the worst photographer... wish there was some fotography classes here (never mind!!! I had a paper for my masters... and bunked all the workshops!!!!and now regretting it big time!!!)

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  15. What an opportunity! Great pics there..

    I admit Food Photography needs lots of patience and presentation creativity. Sometimes I rush taking pics, end up with bad pics which I don't prefer at all...still I'd post them to my blog. Hehehe...

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  16. Wonderful that is,hope it was very useful!

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  17. Wow that is a nice opportunity for sure...waiting to read ur tips

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  18. wow.. you are really lucky.. and keep up the good work.. I too take pics with slr.. without knowing any funda about it :D.
    ammaandbaby.blogspot.com/

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  19. The passion and interest you show in learning things is really to be appreciated.

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  20. hi Ann jack...
    We were working on the few sources of this space...Hope my blog is working faster now....

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  21. ! Thanks! gives me an idea what i have missed :(

    i was all geared up.. last minute...
    -kannan

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  22. The best thing to learn read the manual and practice immediately with the camera. U will be surprise how it works!
    Good opportunity the seminar!

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  23. Hi, So glad you enjoyed the workshop! You have some pretty good shots here.

    just a small correction on the organiser's name - that's Sriram Gopal and not Suresh Gopal :)

    Will definitely follow your blog regularly from now on :)

    Cheers!

    Preeta

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  24. Wow.. lucky you :) It looks like a lovely workshop and I am sure you would have learnt so much. Waiting to see your tips and tricks :)

    Buddy, do let me know if there are more of such workshops. I would love to attend too. I have loads of doubts with my cam too. Plzzz let me know as well. Would love to join you.

    And thanks for your comments on my blog :P and I am ready to help you anytime dear. I clicked those pics of the dosa in ten mins time before it went flat ;)

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  25. u r very lucky...nice clicks..keep posting

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  26. wow...u r so lucky....It's so difficult to get one good pic...pls share some tips and tricks !

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  27. hey your blog has beautiful pictures and you have good photographic ideas....

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  28. Wonderful blog with amazing recipes.. Thanks for sharing dear.. keep rocking !!

    Cheers,
    Hari Chandana
    Indian Cuisine

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  29. Lovely ...blog....just tumpled into your blog for the first time...!!!

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  30. Excellent pictures!
    just loved that ice cream cake one.

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  31. lovely blog with xcellent pics. will look forward for the photography tips :)

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