Taking on board information from Anna Pasechnick Ridleys talk in October 2011, we set about taking the perfect desktop photograph and so a frustrating evening began.
Over exposing, under exposing, aperture priority, full manual and moving the lights around allowed us all to try out and achieve differing results but once we got to grips with the basic science behind how light works we were able to use this understanding and apply it to your photographs with some excellent results by the end of the evening
A group of artists are invited for dinner by a famous chef.
In greeting the photographer, the chef comments:
“I love your photos, they’re wonderful, you must have a very expensive camera”?
The photographer doesn’t reply and walks into the dining room.
After dinner the photographer approaches the chef and says:
“Dinner was sensational, very exquisite flavours, a true work of art, you must have a very sophisticated oven”.