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Unwrapping: Cheese Paper as Background | Cheese Photography 101

When I photograph cheese, I like to approach it as a story. There are interesting elements even before a cheese is unwrapped. In fact, shots of wrapped cheese are often my favorites in the series. You can tell a lot about a cheese by the…

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Cheese Photography 101 | Creativity Booster

If you’ve ever tried to capture kids, pets or sports, you know how challenging it is to get “The Shot” because there is motion and it’s a crapshoot. One of the best things about shooting cheese is that it (generally) doesn’t move. Yes, there are…

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ISO | How Sensitive is Your Sensor?

This is part 2 of a 5 part series on the Exposure Triangle. Three variables control the amount of light that reaches your camera sensor. Represented in the exposure triangle, these variables work together and affect the quality and composition of your image. Understanding and…

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Exposure Triangle

This past month has been all about creating photographs to support “Cheese Photography 101 for Makers, Mongers & Bloggers,” an upcoming online workshop jam-packed with tips, tools and techniques to help you take better photos of cheese. It has been a labor of love, sharing…

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Mini Session FAQ

From time to time, I offer “Mini Sessions” as specials or as a partnership opportunity for special projects, such as Cheese Photography 101.  Here’s some additional information on ordering prints or digital images for my Mini-Session clients. 2014 License Fees For additional web and large…

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The Power of Light – Using Bounce to Improve Cheese Photography

Cheese Photography Tip: Try this super simple bounce hack. Makers and mongers, you likely have everything you need to improve your cheese photography…just look to your shipping materials. Here are three different photos I took of Georgia Gold from Nature’s Harmony Farm when it arrived…

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Cheese Photography 101 Top Tip | Hard versus Soft Light & Diffusing Light

Here’s a short video I made about the different qualities of light and how they impact a photograph. Observing the variations that light at different times of day brings to a photograph – and implementing some simple techniques to refine that light – can vastly…

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Cheese Photography 101 Top Tip – Reflecting Light

Here’s a short video I made showing how some simple techniques to bounce light back onto your subject can vastly improve your cheese photography. Understanding how a simple white (or silver, gold or black) card can change a photography is an essential skill in the…

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A Morning with Goats and Farmers – The Simple Farm – Scottsdale, AZ

I had the pleasure of spending this glorious Arizona morning with my friends Lylah and Gretchen, visiting with goats and kids and sipping coffee amidst the spring-time abundance (with apologies to my cooler climate friends Being a desert, Arizona presents its own set of problems…

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Four Irresistible Cheeses to Savor with your Sweetheart

At its best, cheese is a food that makes you slow down creating sensory awareness on multiple levels:  sight, smell, touch and taste.  The most beautiful are a feast for the eyes and offer a complex flavor experience that often hits a number of satisfying…

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