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Working with Glass, Porcelain, and Glares

Working with Glass, Porcelain, and Glares

In the past month Sydney and I have found ourselves using glass for quite a few recipes ( the esthetics can be eye popping). Glass however can be problematic when working with studio lighting. I wanted the Champagne Pudding to have a romantic yet mysterious look....
Studio Lighting Secrets Revealed

Studio Lighting Secrets Revealed

The days of winter become shorter and shorter, actually we do not lose hours, but daylight. For a photographer natural lighting is optimum, however it is not always available when you need to photograph. How do photographers make up for the lack of daylight? Our...
My Food Stylist; What a Blessing

My Food Stylist; What a Blessing

Life seems to send signs and guides; if we take a moment to listen: When Sydney and I began Bobbie’s Baking Blog it was as a tool to keep us in touch by a common passion. In all honesty I was having a hard time letting go of a friend, daughter, and business...
Thanksgiving Countdown; Manipulate Lighting

Thanksgiving Countdown; Manipulate Lighting

With days becoming shorten, the sun is disappearing earlier. I would rather use the natural light than my soft boxes in my studio, but the sun refuses to adhere to my schedule. In the case of the almond pear tart photos we started around 3:15 in the afternoon, but...
How to Have Eye Popping Photos

How to Have Eye Popping Photos

I was working with my camera on a cloudy rainy day; the clouds felt the need to move around and mingle with one another. I thought the first photograph (right side) looked nice until I viewed  the photo on my large I-mac screen; the exquisite pastillage shells looked...

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