Chefsbar Centre in Delft

Chefsbar Centre in Delft - student project

I asked to photograph at the restaurant during Lockdown. They said yes and gave me the space near a window to photograph 4 different plates.

I am starting as a photographer and I don't know exactly in which direction to go... I like take photos of people, but food and still life are also so interesting, because it gives me the time to be more creative and study the details, the light, the composition.

(Dessert was my favorite in this photo session)

 

I enjoyed the class very much, thank you Daniel Krieger!!!

 

Dear class mates, i'd love to hear your feedback, thoughts and ideas! Please share your opinions. There is a long road of learning and getting more experience ahead of me. I am finding food photography a nice way to get through the lockdown and stay positive. How are you all coping with that?

 

Warm regards, 

America

 

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