Fruit of the Womb, by Iris Bachman

I am working on a personal project that involves food and wanted to do some test shots to start the process of getting the concept together and bought some props at Michael’s craft store such as this black sand. I decided it needed an extra edge to the styling so had the idea of yin and yang which I used my finger to draw in the sand.

Fruit of the Womb, by Iris Bachman

Canon 5D Mark II | Exposure f/7.1 @ 1/25sec | ISO 100 | 50mm lens | Studio Lighting
Fruit of the Womb, by Iris Bachman

Award Winner: Photo of the Day | December 18
Award Score: 61 (Value 11, Clarity 11, Composition 16, Style 12, Skill 11)
Photo of the Day Award Category: Food Photography
Photograph Location: New Jersey | The United States

Photographer: Iris Bachman (New York, United States) Registered
Self taught and always striving to continue to learn, Iris Bachman was born in Rochester, NY ~ home of Eastman Kodak. She has a penchant for traveling and is known to bring her camera along with her on many of these travels while looking for beauty and adventure all over the World. She has been known to take random photo road trips for a bit of enriching soul-boosting. Her experience is in hospitality, editorial, travel, lifestyle and food photography. She also has a love for unique portraiture and documentary-style photography. She enjoys shooting all things beautiful, momentous, touching, and timeless and hopes to have her work remembered that way.

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