Your Take: Photo tips for your Thanksgiving feast

November 26, 2014 - photo frame

Make certain your smartphones are entirely charged in credentials for Thanksgiving! We wish to see a best photos from your feast.

To assistance we constraint a ideal print of that ideally baked turkey, Adobe Lightroom consultant Sharad Mangalick shares some tips for photographing Thursday’s spread.

PHOTOGRAPHING FOOD: BASIC TIPS

• Use an uncluttered picture or an uncluttered list to equivocate distractions.

• Don’t use your iPhone’s flash. Turn on lights or use a flare to give we adequate lighting. But keep in mind that even with good lighting, you’ll still need to do some modifying to make a food unequivocally pop.

• Take a lot of photos. This will boost a contingency that we get a right one.

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EDITING FOOD PHOTOS

• Focus on a food. Composition is what creates a print interesting. Although it’s best to support a print while sharpened it, we can adjust a combination after by regulating a courteous crop. Remember to concentration on a food, not a surrounding unwashed dishes.

• Experiment with presets. Presets are a good approach to try out opposite modifying effects fast inside an app. For example, in a Lightroom mobile app, Mangalick says, if you’re modifying prohibited food, afterwards start with a “warm” preset listed in a Color folder.

• Fine balance a image. Start with your tool’s automobile settings, such as automobile tone, and adjust from there. For food photos, Mangalick says, it’s best to revoke clarity and strike adult a superfluity a bit to make colors pop.

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