Tired of running around to find subjects to fill your 36 exposures? How about some food photography?
Don’t think. Just shoot. Just find a subject and shoot all 36 frames of it. Yes, one single subject and find ways to fill up all the 36 exposures with images that contain that one subject. Sometimes, you can do so by simply sitting in the comfort of your own home.
I did this with an apple and enjoyed shooting it as much as munching the juicy red one. The same can be applied to other yummies like pizzas, ice cream and even beer. Hmm. Go easy on the beer though.
Do remember to take a photo every now and then … or you’ll end up realizing that you are only on the 4th exposure and the food is almost wiped out. Practice a little bit of patience and try not to eat/drink too fast.
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