A few years ago I decided to give culinary school a shot. I attended “The Art Institute of Tampa”, I enjoyed the culinary program but ultimately decided that a career in the food industry just wasn’t for me. Just this week I decided I would combine the Chef in me with the Photographer. I will be cooking meals, sharing photos of the process and the finished meal. So here we go, the first meal I will be sharing with you guys is my first attempt Read More +
The past week I was on a business trip for work, I took my camera with but the few times that I went out to capture the “Sunrise” & “Sunset” it was completely overcast. Since I haven’t been getting lucky with the weather outside I had to resort to shooting indoors. The photos I am sharing today are from “Joto Japanese Restaurant” in Clearwater, Florida. This place was awesome back in the day! Don’t get me wrong, the food is still great and the servers Read More +
My fianceé surprised me with some sweets from Whole Foods today, unfortunately I ate my cherry danish before I got any photos of it. I was able to get a shot of the Peanut Butter Chocolate Brownie!
I knew it was going to be cold this morning but I wasn’t ready for it to be 45°, for Florida this is considered cold weather. I rushed to get ready, grabbed my gear and hopped in the car. I was running late, I had to go to a spot that I was familiar with, so I headed to Safety Harbor. As I was approaching my regular spot I noticed that sky was fairly clear, I have shot the same scene many times so I Read More +
Everyone I know knows that I have a MASSIVE sweet tooth but honestly who doesn’t love a good dessert?!?! I haven’t been using my macro lens anywhere near as much as I should have so I will be sharing photos of all kinds of food through my blog. Prepare to get HUNGRY!
Yesterday I was able to make in time to capture the sunrise, I also messed around with a few macro shots with my kit lens (SELP1650). I did not have enough time to switch lenses otherwise I would have used my dedicated macro lens (SEL30M35). The image above is 3 bracketed exposures shot handheld, yes handheld. I have been using this technique to get angles that would otherwise very difficult with a tripod and I have gotten some great shots that way. Let me know Read More +