07-13-2017 04:18 PM - edited 07-13-2017 04:46 PM
We hope you’ve been enjoying Eat Like a Local month so far! This week, we’d like to introduce you to one of our favorite food bloggers, New Delhi-based Shivesh Bhatia of Bake with Shivesh. Shivesh is a 21-year-old political science graduate, but he plans to study pastry in Paris and make baking his career. His towering cakes and colorful tarts have earned him an Instagram following of more than 86,000.
On July 15, Shivesh will meet up with Local Guides for a special workshop at Dum Pukht in New Delhi, where he’ll share some of his best tips for lunchtime food photography. To watch live, be sure to like us on Facebook, then look for a notification around 2:30 P.M. IST.
See four of Shivesh’s best tips below, and keep sharing your own great food photos on social media with #LocalGuides.
07-14-2017 04:44 AM
07-14-2017 04:45 AM - edited 07-14-2017 04:47 AM
07-14-2017 04:52 AM
I tend to agree flash is awful if misused, and phone flash is nearly always terrible - it's designed for people about 1 to 2 metres from the phone not food that is up close. However, introducing additional light is one of the great joys of photography - photography literally means drawing with light- that can be existing natural light or it can be in introduced light. When you want to introduce light without having to master the craft of flash you can do well using a small portable light source to enhance the natural light. Use a light source that is daylight coloured about 4300 kelvin - the average LED phone light or torch (flashlight) is bright white and this does yuck things to colour unless you manage your white balance. Introducing a warm yellow light can do amazing things. A old style bulb torch (flashlight) can be good for this.
07-14-2017 05:01 AM
Thanks for tagging @OSAMA, wonderful experience !!
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