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post #1 of 7
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My diabetic lunch, all the food groups on one plate,  playing with the new camera for close ups.

 

Grilled turkey & cheese on garlic-blues (blue cheese)  bread.

 

Grilled Ham & Cheese 001.jpg

 

Grilled Ham & Cheese 003.jpg

 

This is better.

 

Grilled Ham & Cheese 007.jpg

 

Grilled Ham & Cheese 004.jpg

 

Oh yeah! I'm as tickled as a June bug in summer!!!

 

Now I gotta figure out the lighting.

 

Gene

post #2 of 7

That bread sounds awesome!

post #3 of 7

Looks like you are getting it dialed in nicely and I totally agree with Johnny on the bread

post #4 of 7

Just gotta figure out your white balance.

 

GrilledHamCheese007.jpg

 

What are you shooting with?

 

post #5 of 7
Your good Flash. Through the years I've truly enjoyed your shots.
post #6 of 7
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Flash, how'd you do that?

 

Obviously with the photo program, that's fantastic!

 

I'm using a Konica Minolta Dimage Z5, I downloaded the instruction manual, but it's kind of deep for me, my other camera was a $25 aim and shoot without any adjustments, ...I'm with desertlites I always enjoy your photos.

 

Johnny, Scar, I'll send the recipe by PM.

 

Gene

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Flash, how'd you do that?

 

Obviously with the photo program, that's fantastic!

 

I'm using a Konica Minolta Dimage Z5, I downloaded the instruction manual, but it's kind of deep for me, my other camera was a $25 aim and shoot without any adjustments, ...I'm with desertlites I always enjoy your photos.

 

Johnny, Scar, I'll send the recipe by PM.

 

Gene


 A little photo shop. I am assuming you did not use a flash when you took these, looking at the originals. I could not access your EXIF data off the shot, but it appears you shot daylight settings under incandescent or florescent lighting, which throws off the color. I just reset your white of the plate to WHITE and it color corrects the rest of the pic.

 And thanks for the compliments.

 

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