Shoot Now, Eat Later: Do These IF You Are Running Out Of Time

2012-11-28

Sometimes, there are situations where you simply can’t capture the meal that you’re about to partake in. But fret not, here are some tips on what else you can do.

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Every now and then I get caught in a situation where I can’t document what I am about to eat because of the camera’s minimum focusing distance; the lack of good lighting; when I am with a party of hungry friends polishing off the plates before I can shoot; or just simply when I don’t have much time. But I’ve learnt what else I can do during such situations. My solution is to snap photos of the location!

During a recent holiday, my wife and I were late for our breakfast buffet as the hotel’s cafe was about to close for its breakfast service. So here’s what I did.

  1. Take the key shots of the offerings
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  1. Take photos of the restaurant/cafe settings
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  1. Take photos of other diners
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Once that is done, you can quickly wolf down your meal before heading out for the day.

written by uncle_jay on 2012-11-28 #gear #tutorials #art #food #indoors #bangkok #breakfast #singapore #bread #tipster #decoration #thailand #olympus-xa3 #novotel-bangkok-platinum #novotel-platinum-hotel

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