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Caramel Sauce Doughnut by Rodrigo Aliaga
This photo was taken as an assignment for the Diploma in Food Photography to learn about the perspectives. The point of view helps to show better certain objects in the photo. The downward angle is the most common angle to see a dish, and this Caramel Sauce Doughnut is no exception.
Ready-to-use Ingredients by Rodrigo Aliaga
This photograph was taken in the kitchen with a big window at the left side. The light is diffused to obtain soft shadows. I used a big apperture to reduce the depth of field, so only the paprika and the garlic are in focus. In that way the perspective and the depth of field help me to isolate the two ingredients I want to stand out.
Saint Patrick’s Kiwis by Rodrigo Aliaga
This is another assignment for the Diploma of Food Photography. I took this photo against the window and used a white backdrop. The light passes through the kiwi slices. I cut the kiwi into very thin slices precisely to let the light brighten the kiwi slices. I had to use a toothpick to let the slices stand.