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Split oven pizza

Submitted by on July 12, 2009 – 8:00 pmNo Comment
Tastespotting: accepted; foodgawker: Lighting issues - dull/unsharp

Tastespotting: accepted; foodgawker: Lighting issues - dull/unsharp

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  • Hot Garlic says:

    Hi Casey,

    I got your comment on my blog and I appreciate that although it was semi-promotional in nature, that one, you did at least read the post it was commenting on and leave words that indicated interest in said post. And two, that what you were promoting was something related to food -not ink toner or pornographic websites. And three, that it gave me a chance to come to your website and it actually is something I am interested in knowing.

    In short, I will be submitting something very soon, so thanks for stopping by and I do like the idea of the fwixx!

  • ButterYum says:

    Hey, I know this pizza (tee-hee). I love this shot… love how the pizza contrasts with the dark background, love the light on the peel and pizza crust… yum, yum!

  • Lori says:

    I like this shot too. I think there is some cool lighting here and I like the angle.

  • I don’t believe that food should only be lit one way. I’ve been shooting for 14 years and have a degree in this stuff, and I know that every single shot, every single light, and every single day of the year is different. That’s what makes photography so amazing, creative, and challenging! Every day we capture something that might be lost forever.

    But then again, not everyone is going to love what I do. As strange as this sounds, that’s kind of neat too. Although, I do happen to love shooting in soft evening light.

    Laura

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