In this episode, Bill and Ed talk with commercial and stock food photographer Kelly Cline. Kelly talks about her passion for food, making the best of natural light and using paper towels for reflectors.
Kelly Cline, commercial food photographer.
Kelly is a photographer from Seattle, specializing in commercial food photography (yum). She is also a contributor to iStockphoto.com.
View Kelly's web site at: KClinePhotography.com
View Kelly's iStockphoto portfolio here: http://www.istockphoto.com/kcline
View Kelly's cooking blog (with pics) at: www.makemecook.com
Check out Kelly's Flickr feed as well: http://www.flickr.com/photos/kcline/
LightSource Episode 24 (Interview Series) [42:35 minutes]
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Special Guest Kelly Cline discusses:
Getting started in food photography
The secret to her high quality images
Modifying natural light
Reflective materials for all purposes
Using paper towels as reflectors [Cinnamon rolls]
Why she doesn't use strobes on food
Making food look real
Dealing with depth of field [breakfast in bed photo]
Shooting times of day [caesar salad with chicken]
Why passion about your subject is important
Challenges to food styling
Shooting fast to get the fresh look
How to spot fake ice cream photos
Tips for photographing pizza
Advice for photographers wanting to try food photography
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