INTRODUCTION TO PHOTOGRAPHY (WEEK 12 AND 13)

Week 13, 25.04.2017


 

FOOD_+_INTERIOR_PHOTOGRAPHY

 

NAJ & BELLE:

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Aperture: f/5.6

Shutter speed: 1/100

ISO: 200

Don’t get me started on the eye-popping colours and the composition of the furniture.

 

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Aperture: f/5.6

Shutter speed: 1/100

ISO: 200

As much as I like the vibe that the café and the colours brought out, the yellow calligraphy on the window completes this photo as an additional element.

 

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Aperture: f/8

Shutter speed: 1/100

ISO: 200

Although the monochromatic colours fascinate me, I wish that some other component was present in the photo to give a contrast.

 

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Aperture:f/7.1

Shutter speed: 1/100

ISO: 200

I love this but the presence of steam rising from the coffee would make this photo complete.

 

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Aperture: f/5.3

Shutter speed: 1/125

ISO: 400

Definitely love how the environment is toned down and how pleasing the composition of the furniture is. The background may be slightly dim but the ceiling lights actually compete against the darkness.

 

SOI 55 THAI KITCHEN:

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Aperture: f/5

Shutter speed: 1/125

ISO: 400

I have only captured this certain part of the café because the natural light reflected against this neutral-toned surrounding was pleasant to look at.

 

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Aperture: f/5

Shutter speed: 1/125

ISO: 400

With the neutral setting present, the reflection against the silver cup created a distinct contrast. If only I removed the tissue…

 

THE PIE SHOP:

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Aperture: f/4.5

Shutter speed: 1/100

ISO: 200

Hmm… Should probably alter the warm temperature to cool.

 

PHIX:

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Aperture: f/5

Shutter speed: 1/100

ISO: 200

 

ARTICO:

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Aperture: f/6.3

Shutter speed: 1/100

ISO: 400

This was actually kind of difficult to capture because it was indoors and considering that we had to take photos in colour, I had to consider the lighting as well. I’m satisfied with the result.

 


 

 

“This assignment was more stressful than I predicted it to be. It was really nerve-racking, having to push myself to ask for permission from the owners the cafés. On top of that, I loved venturing around the area.”

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