05
Mar
09

Advanced Techniques Class: Spicing Things Up

This is the last studio assignment for my Advanced Techniques in Photojournalism class. The assignment was to shoot metal and glass because both of these surfaces are shiny and reflect light in all directions (and teachers like to torment us).  I would like to reiterate that I am a bit on the unexperienced side when it comes to the studio.  Anyway, here are two of my selects from the shoot:

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Hot sauce can add a spicy kick to any dish.  Depending on the pepper used, a hot sauce can range from extremely hot to mild and tolerable.  El Yucateco hot sauce (left) uses the habanero pepper– known as one of the hottest chili peppers on the planet– while Tabasco (center) and Louisiana (right) use milder ingredients.

And below is the lighting diagram for these photos:

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1 Response to “Advanced Techniques Class: Spicing Things Up”


  1. 1 Heatha
    March 27, 2009 at 12:05 am

    BEST PIC EVER!!! I love hot sauce!!! Can I have this picture?? Seriously, everything is better with hot sauce!


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