I had no idea how much I enjoyed shooting food until I started shooting restaurant reviews for The Daily. It’s a nice challenge to shoot small items, combined with big backgrounds, to create drama and make the viewer long for an early dinner.
Employees emptied their desks and a local charity collected food from the cafeteria of failed broker PFGBest’s Iowa offices on Wednesday, most still seeking answers to the expanding scandal that has shaken the industry.
Corn turned lower on Wednesday as traders pocketed profits from an historic rally that lifted prices 40 percent in three weeks, fuelled by the worst drought in 24 years that prompted the U.S. government to slash its production estimate by 12 percent.
Judge who shelved Apple trial says patent system out of sync. The U.S. judge who tossed out one of the biggest court cases in Apple Inc’s (AAPL) smartphone technology battle is questioning whether patents should cover software or most other industries at all.
For this shoot I tried something new. I decided to use one of my two new twin 1200-watt HMI movie lights as my main light and then I used two two-foot Kino Flo lights to strip either side of the subjects face. By using continuous lighting I was able to see the light in real time which was so much more fun than shooting with electronic flash and imagining what the light would look like when the strobes fired.