Weekend Links

March 14, 2010
f/1.8, 1/60 sec, 50mm, ISO 400

f/1.8, 1/60 sec, 50mm, ISO 400

A couple of this week’s links have to do with food photography, which is definitely not my strong suit when it comes to photography, but since I cook a lot, I’m starting to get more and more practice – the photo above is one of my favorites, and I have to admit to drooling a little bit every time I see that photo.

  • Alexis Miller recently posted some tips on food photography on her Photography Tips blog.
  • And for a completely different take on food photography, check out DIYPhotography’s tutorial on creating floating sliced fruit images. Which is cooler than it sounds…
  • The Photo Argus posted some great cheat sheets that you can print up to make your photography life easier.
  • Earlier this week, I posted about how to fake an HDR effect using Gimp, and one of you commented asking what HDR was, I responded saying I’d try to take some time to find a good link for them, and then Shotslot responded with a link to his explanation on his blog and since it included even MORE links, I figured that would be a great place to start.
  • Epic Edits had a great article this week about three ways to control depth of field.
  • They also posted some tips for starting a new photography blog. I know a lot of you guys have recently started your own photography blog, and while a lot of the tips mentioned are for before you actually start, I think they’re all good to keep in mind.

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  • RASL30

    That photo really does make me drool ;-) YUM!

  • mommymirage

    I love all your posts (very helpful too !!). However off late with having restarted work, I find it difficult visiting your blog daily (it used to be my first thing in the morning routine but has taken a back seat). Is there a page/link on Facebook that I can Fan so it would appear in my daily routine (I logon to it atleast once in the day). I'm unhappy missing out on all the wonderful posts !

  • rebeccahaegele

    Thanks for these links. Unfortunately, those cheat sheets are over my head.

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