Saturday Strobes

Hellos to my food blogger world!

Saturdays are normally for siesta..but for me it’s the time I get maximum to unleash my true colors, away from the maddening city life. Although an extrovert by birth, I find myself increasingly pushing the my – own – world button over the weekends. But to tell you the truth that button is pushed on some karmic cyclic level, whatever that means, lol! :)

So, out comes my big speedlight, an umbrella which I never use for a rainy day..or a sunny one for that matter and a reflector and although Saturday’s are meant to laze and not put too much effort, once I start getting into the thick of things, I pull out all stops and I can’t seem to stop, just like when you have the first hot piece of perfectly cooked French fries. What an analogy!

Another confession. I am very skeptical about using strobes for food & drink. It has a pretty steep learning curve and unless you practice the life out of you and the strobe power pack, it’s safe to say it’s not an easy cookie to learn swiftly. UNLESS..you yourself are a quick nut yourself. Cookies and roasted nuts. I’m salivating! Okay, stop thinking of ‘eating food’.

 

 

Milk Jug and Whisk

Milk Jug and Whisk

 

Tech Specs: ISO:500, f/10 (for good clarity and details), 1/100s (safe sync speed with flash for my camera), flash output : 1/4th power (Yongnuo 465), Nikon D90,

Nikkor 18-105mm, f/3.5-5.6

Ok, so here’s the behind the scenes action.

Behind The Scenes

It’s a small vacant room of about 8’x6′. Crammed everything I possibly could and pushed my back literally at the wall. As is evident, the flash was double diffused since it was hitting the camera straight on. The lens hood was not used and so the double diffusion helped. The small screen you see in the pic right after the umbrella is a DIY scrim. Helps a ton for that clean uniform look as opposed to light coming from a window with grills. On camera left is a regular round reflector (white side facing product, obviously..duh..), held up with a reflector arm (thank God, I get some additional hands at times such as these), camera right, I held up a foam core board, mnus extension arms..basically with my own :p . The whole setup was fired by a remote to trigger the camera and speedlight.

It might seem a bit blown up in the image above but I took multiple ones, varying the shutter speed and light intensity on the speedlight. However, if Getty Images chose this for their stock library, I’m more than happy :)

The only thing I would have added to the stage would have been a couple eggs. My favourite prop, especially when there is a whisk involved..they so go together! I don’t think they’ll be splitting up too soon. Haha!

What’s on your plate this weekend?

Happy week ahead. Experiment and let me know about your spaces.

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The Week That Went By

Nothing much to brag about, but yet trying to keep up with the blog, lest I fall behind again. :p

As mentioned last time, I was busy with a small exhibition and sale for a very talented fine artist. That kept me on my toes and also another set of photography assignment for another client. But in all of the hectic schedule at work, I finally managed to step out and get a little retail therapy in order to keep my polarities in sync! Thanks to a good friend who is also an image make over expert, I even got a new mirror image..a.k.a a well overdue haircut. But why am I talking about all these things here? Well because, I also was gifted this little treasure which is so proudly my new home page image. Keeping with my mania of food and photography. A very apt and thoughtful gift!

Kettle & Cup

At this rate, I’ll be soon having my pic in a boiling cauldron as well! Ha! The above image was shot pretty randomly for want of more time. Backlit by a huge window and a board of foamboard in the front to soften the shadows a bit. Where I am at, we are having extremely temperamental weather, so had to just shoot and get it out of the way. I was incidentally making a pot of coffee alongside! Coincidence? No, intentional! Can’t wait to have it around my neck! An occasion for a selfie..yaay! :)

Have a great week folks. Tell me what your shooting? What are your favorite mealtime stories?

 

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Fall is Here and So Am I!

Or is it?? I am so glad to be back after what seemed like an eternity! To whomsoever has been keeping an eye, thank you ever so much for your patience. It is true, that blogging doesn’t take too much of creative juice, but for a person like me who is in a perpetual blender of varied activities it certainly needs a bit of shake up ever so often.

But wait! I have an excuse! Aha! Me and no excuse for my absence from a blog that deals with food pictures..no way. Not to rant a lot about it, I had to take some time out for my anatomy that literally went under the knife, and a surgeon’s knife at that. Unfortunately, the hangover took a little longer than I wanted it to take. But heck, that wasn’t up to me..right..so I know you guys will pass me on this too. One final time! PLEASE!

However, during the medical hiatus, I rediscovered my interest in the subject of food and drink photography in a completely new way. Learnt so much more by unlearning a bit. That my friends, is to be tried by all. If you feel saturated, do not fret..just desaturate your perspective and look at your work anew.

I’ve also managed to start on another pet project of mine which is to photograph people. In all their raw essence (pun!). I will blog about it at another corner, not sure how much I can regularly (but I did warn you about it, in the beginning, didn’t I? ;))

I’ve met some crazy clients too. Yes! yes! I’ve been busy with ‘client’ work. Many whom I can relate my craziness with and many just plain ‘ol crazy. However, in all of the springing back routines, I missed out on the first edition of the Indian Food Blogger’s Meet. I told myself it’s okay! Next year, it will only be better having taken care of the teething problems by the organizers.

I’m a little packed in with an exhibition I’m helping yet another client with and may not post over this weekend but there are some images I definitely want to share on my continuous learning path. For now, leaving you guys with a quick image (an outtake from another shoot subject) for it’s a sweet comeback! Happy Weekend. See you soon, I’m alive and will be kicking up a storm! :D

Pastel Pasties

Pastel Pasties

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Howdy!!

Guess who’s back!! All springy and back to the blog-o-spehere. How have you all been? I’ve been away..obviously..for the longest time and if you ask me honestly, even I didn’t think it would take me so long to be back. I did know I will, but “when” was the question. Sometimes, you need to take a step back, charge your mind cells up a bit and take it easy. And that’s exactly what I’ve been doing. Just taking it easy on myself. For those of you, who have been around and waited patiently, a big heart-felt thank you!

I know it’s almost 3 months into the New Year and fortunately for me, my biggest resolution so far has stuck. That of not “over-committing” and when it comes to this blog, I’m precisely doing that. I did feel a little caught up initially when I started out. “To Keep Up”. However, not only dif I feel pushing myself unneccesariy, but found myself running out of solutions to fix it. Starting out with a month’s layoff..it’s just turned out to being almost a 6 month break! I’ve sorted those issues and I’m now going to go a bit slow. I’m really not one of those hooked on to blog-writing. It’s just not me. But, I find it more relaxing to post once-in-way rather than getting all stressed out about it. I want it to be happy, I want it to be a pleasurable experience. For you, for me as well. What it eventually stopped being, sometime back. Now that I’m back, after this break..I’ve decided to post maybe once in a week instead of daily about not only about photography but about the general experience.

During the time I took off from writing this, I scoured the internet and came upon many blogs/sites that discuss food photography and the many topics they discuss and I did notice something very peculiar..at least in about 90-95% of the cases. Most start with a big bang..posting pictures and talking about setups. Somewhere, after a month, two months..they end just as abruptly. And mind you, it’s not because there’s nothing more to talk. Of course there is..as you all know photography is an ever-learning process and food photography and ever-challenging subject so there is really no, end. Most people who start out to teach others in this area, are either from the f&b industry or started out as bloggers and have elevated their positions enough to attract assignments or they are just busy with their other lives and this for them, is a medium of relaxation. Well, that’s all fine! Till one fine day, it starts to become more of a chore. Food photography even for blogging for that matter, is quite a time consuming affair and trust me if you are not in the frame of mind, just don’t even attempt! Not even to save your readers list. The really interested people will stick around. Other’s were just in on the bandwagon. And, so the blog suddenly ends, the genuine followers are left wondering “what happened, this was perfect” and “where do I go from here next”. I’m quite sure there might be enough reasons to stop blogging..millions of it..but in most cases in trying to cope with the race, we tend to lose the very idea of having started it. A quiet private (er, not so private) escape. Finally, the so-called food photography blog, boils down to just recipes and images. Sounds familiar? Ya..to me as well. That kind of hit a cell for me and I didn’t want to fall prey to it. SO, I’m going to pull those breaks and enjoy the experience instead of being  slave to it. I don’t know, how much I will be able to pull it along myself..and I’ve said that, right at the beginning of this journey, but if I can keep a steady momentum, irrespective of the little breaks in-between, that in itself will be an accomplishment. Another, word of caution, I don’t give out recipes for images of prepared food. You’d probably find that in about million other blogs, preparing the same dish (ultimately it’s all the same, it’s just that the language is different. Unless you happen to stumble upon a truly ingenious dish prepared by blogger which you will not find anywhere else..but try google first ;), if your search brings you back to the author, hey! that’s a find! And most likely those bloggers might be real world chefs in disguise or just truly experimental with what their palates can bear)! All Food Bloggers are NOT Food Photographers just by virtue of wanting to sharing their anscestral recipes visually). Some will be better than others, for sure. But Food Photography is a totally different field of art/or science…and many get that mixed up. I’m not professing to be one, through this blog either. My aim is to learn along with you, to improve my skills and share it as I go. My aim is to be a “Food Photographer”, not a Food Blogger who is good with their food images. So, shall we start talking Food Images?? :D

Basket of Onions

To start things back, I’m going to keep the imagery simple. This is more like a “Before And After” shot. The image above, is straight out of the camera (SOOC) and for me by itself, I like it a lot. Apologies, for the watermark, apparently images are getting pilfered off the blogs as well, now. I certainly have taken a LONG break! :D

Now, I do have a ‘fancy camera’, with all the ‘fancy accessories’, and although I did shoot with that big toy, this image, right here..was taken with a point and shoot to shoot the setup. But I liked this image so much, I just decided to go with it for post to also demonstrate that, people looking to take good pictures, can do so with a bit of understanding of the tools they possess. As mentioned, SOOC with the following settings;

aperture: f/3.5  I  shutter: 1/15 (handheld) I iso: 200 I focal length: 24.1mm (my fancy camera didn’t give me that distance..since i don’t have such a fancy lens :p) time taken: 15:34hrs. in India and most importantly the light source : available daylight (yes, you got to believe it! see the source of light shot and space it was done in, below)

Onion Setup

The first word, crammed! Yes, that’s is actually a space which was recently done and it just contains the stairs up to the upper level of the house. What I like about the light falling through that window is that it is not directly falling on the subject. It hits the wall at the landing and by the time it reaches back at the onion basket, it gets diffused. Warmed. To help open a little bit of shawdows on the right hand side, I setup a piece of foam-core. So, for most of you who thought it was a window on the left-hand side, guess it was! A bigger source of light (a white wall). So, a bit of physics..says, yes, the light is reflected at the same angle opposite to what its coming from. (Now for all you science geeks, you know  a better way to explain that, don’t you?) Not that I really went into so much of detail, I just liked the whole way the onions were lit up through the viewfinder. I realised the “formula” only later! Trust me!

Again, as mentioned earlier, I like the image as it is. It can be used for a multitude of requirements. However, I went a step more to see if adding a bit of spices (in post-process), might give me a different result. And yes, it did! See below..

Adding some elements

Which one you like better, is a matter of personal preference. To me, both are nice, both are adaptable for different usages. And guess what, there might be more options that can be added which I haven’t even explored. A quick note, you don’t have to have the same space..NO! You don’t have to have the same light..NO! You experiment with what you have and choose what you like as an end result…YES!! Many will like your thought behind it, many won’t. WHAT DO YOU LIKE??

I’ll outline what I did here in post-process. I used Lightroom 3.6, but if you have a newer version of Photoshop (CS and its many numbers) you can play around with almost the same effects..just labelled and positioned differently. By effects, I mean values and not those extra nifties you will find in Photoshop’s pull down Effects Menu. Normally, you will find exact terminology and develop dialogue box with RAW files if you import them into PS first..as you will in Lightroom. However, you may not be able to do this with .jpegs alone (especially if you have a point and shoot). Lightroom gives that little extra leeway with those .jpegs. by giving you the same control as a RAW file would. But, do remember, any change you do make to a .jpeg file, will effect it’s final output quality and hence make sure, to use the highest quality setting available in your camera, even for .jpegs.

I will not be mentioning the exact numbers I used with each value for the ‘after’ image, just because it will really depend on the initial capture and again on what you want the final image to look at. But for starters, I will tell you the values I worked on from the control panel. Foremost what I applied was a pre-set called “bleach bypass” (comes with Lightroom but needs to be installed as a plug-in in PS), and I started out from there. I think that’s a safe way to go. If your editing software provides you with a number of presets, start with that and tweak the values as you like. Though, it’s not mandatory. I just went with it, in this case.

After having a rough canvass to start with, I played around with the following: Clarity, HSL (Hue.Saturation/Lumonosity), Tone Curve (Highlights/Shadows), White Balance, Blacks, Vibrance, Sharpness (Detail). I just ran the sliders Left to right till what I felt was closest to my vision. I then imported in PS, to re-size (or crop) and finished it a little more with the “Levels” slider (Cntrl L in Windows). That’s it. Against a black background, it looks swell! :D

I like the texture of the concrete..that’s all over the floor in the stair room. It gives a mild look of mud. I should have probably cloned out a few of those gaps…but I was so intent on just leaving things as natural as possible..and I was also excited with the final image, I wanted to load it up. (Oh, btw..another thing that’s taking a bit of importance in my life, is that I’m working on my first ever sole Food Portfolio! Single subject. No other fillers !)

So that’s it for now, folks! The ‘come-back’ post, has been pretty long. I’ll probably just get straight to the images in the following ones, whenever that will be. Please do feel free to leave your thoughts and comments. I do read each one of them and the whole point is to not only appreciate your visit, but to be also learn from anything you might want to contribute. Equally, it becomes easier to stop by your site as well and develop a keen and mutually beneficial blogging experience. And honestly, the more I hear from you..the more I will be motivated to put stuff out…the less breaks I might take ;).

Cheers and go take some photos!

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A Rainy Day and Some Apple Pie

At-last I finally got down to blogging! After a huge gap of almost a month. Unlike I had forseen when I wrote my last! I had been quite stressed at my work place. And as much as I would like to rant about it, I’m going to keep it clean and healthy here. At least the talk, ;)! I love to organize events and execute large weddings or simple seminars but when people whom you call ‘team’ don’t team up..it gets dirty and messy. I’ve decided, I will work for myself. I take the risk of funding my fancy whinings at my own costs and accountability. If I can’t make the money, then there’s no honey either..simple! Ha!! I’m glad, I’m done deciding. Now for some food for the stomach and heart as well.

At times, I keep thinking of what to prepare for the blog so as to explain many processes and setups. Lately, though, I’ve just been doing a lot of free-hand camera work with available light (read natural light) or whatever little there is of it. It hasn’t rained during the monsoons as much as it is raining now and with a cloud cover that refuses to move on..it’s been a little bit of a slow-down for photography. BUT! It doesn’t keep me sitting on my butt! It is at times like this that I just set out and bake on a whim instead of planning too much. Result – a yummylicious apple pie..never before tried at home! And I am very happy with the outcome of my first attempt at what initially seemed to be an overwhelming process.

Which takes me to a very essential part of photography as well. It is definitely important to get a technically correct picture but it is equally important to present it well. There is a fine line between too many props and too little. Does it clutter the frame or does it look to drab? Showcasing just the dish can be made to look interesting if it is placed well and lit well. The importance of the technicals cannot be undermined since it is the beginning and end of the frame. Most of mine work concentrates on the main dish with very minimal use of additional props yet it works. There are many photographers and food bloggers who bring in other secondary elements to give a hint of the table or ingredients used in the dish and that’s okay as long as they use a bit of caution and not ‘over-prop’ and take the viewer away from the focal subject.

Here the focus was on the apple sliced arranged in a pattern. The redness of the apple has been balanced with the white of the chopping board used merely in the frame as a surface and to give it a bit of height. Although I’m a bit late for Aparna’s exercise no:4  on food photography, it works well for that post, as it’s about only one ingredient. This image also can be placed in the “less is more” category as trying to add more props to this frame would have just made the frame a bit too busy considering the angle it was taken from, the pattern that takes centre-stage and the completely off-focus background.

Once, I got done preparing the apple marinade and pastry crust ( I seem to have also overcome my initial anxiety about making short crust pastry. this is probably the third time in quick succession and guess what, I didn’t have to look up the recipe book!yay!), I just filled in the pie-shells and decided that I’d do a triptych style presentation of them. As is seen below. Note that in each of these three photographs, there are no additional props, as the size of the subject is pretty dominant. I could have added more props such as whisk, perhaps a scale but then my choice to do a triptych would have been passed over.

And, yes of course, I know all of you are waiting to see what I did when the pie came out of the oven. I could have laid a pristine table complete with a tea pot, some fine china with a piece of the pie on it and added some cream as a topping. NO! I didn’t do any of this. First my reason was since it was a single crust pie..it was a bit rustic in it’s look. And although it would have still sit pretty with the china..I wanted a more in-your-face straightforward look to it. So, here’s the final image of the series. The cooling rack adds to the cottagey – feel to the pie which is most commonly associated with the farm lot anyway. I let it sit in the pie tin to give it an additional at home and cozy look. The presentation works by showing part of the circle instead of a complete round and this also gives the frame a little more space to breathe to the right..where I have added my watermark. A complete slice of apple gives enough clue about the preparation. Simple, clean and clear. I am including two more simple compositions but since it’s filling the whole frame..there is no need for additional props other than what is presenting it and defining the item’s outer lines, giving it a fair amount of depth and separation from it’s background. I also included some text in post-process to give it a magazine approach. This cuts down on the viewer’s eye going towards any negative space that might be in the composition. Backdrop is but a glimpse to add to the depth and make it not seem that the canapes were just pasted on a grey canvas.  Feel free to experiment. I too am learning along with you and I will also be trying out more options in presenting food. Incase you’ve noticed though..I like to keep it simple ;)

Cheers and have a fabalous week ahead. I’m definitely going to try making it to Aparna’s exercise at least this month. :)

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A Pinch of Correction

Good Day, everyone! What’s happening in your blog land?? I’ve been quite caught up in work this month and although when I initially started this August, I was quite confident I’ll be able to post more often, I had to go back to the burner for a bit. Cooking/baking suddenly ground to a halt and sleepless nights and overtime at work took precedence. Neverthelss, I had a quick trip with a photography club to a very scenic place in Kerala (South India) and am finally feeling a bit rested after a nice hot meal at home and a good night’s sleep.

I do notice, I’m sounding quite serious in my last few posts..guess the funny bone has had a fracture and is re-couping at some undisclosed location. I’m quite confident it will be back soon..so until then watch Achmed at his satirical best but keep Silence! or he’ll Kill You :D, it’s just too funny! Lol! It’s such a riot to watch and listen. Really want to join a few friends over some standup..but alas..income earning..hours..I’m sure my funny bone is having fun somewhere..hmm..jealous!

Okay, to move on with some tips this weekend. In one of my earlier posts I had mentioned how important a role colors play in the visual medium. It makes the reader either swoon over and hungry to go and get that product/ dish or turn that person off completely. In the following image, a friend of mine had sent me an image of a dish she made and put together. I’m one for food for sure, but the heavy yellow cast looming over the image does not (in my opinion) add much to my visual taste. She is certainly not into professional photography and simply wanted to tempt me into her cooking..hence just sent me a quick shot.

I took the liberty to play around a little in my image editing software (primarily being Photoshop and LightRoom) and tried to give you an idea of where to begin a simple post-process work flow.

First, here are the images for a side by side comparison.

Both photographs: Exposure Program: Undetected, Aperture: f/5.3, Shutter Speed: 1/15secs, ISO: 1600, Focal Length: 44mm,

Lens: Nikkor 18-55mm f/3.5-5.6, Camera: Nikon D5100

Since, the focus is off a little (ideally should have been on the area at the top of the leg), the color cast adds to the dullness of the image. Here in all likelyhood, every day home lighting was used. CFL flourscent lighting. Thankfully, the hard on-camera flash had been turned off. How do I know all this without being physically present..well..that’s why these stats are embeded into the meta data of the image which can be read using the command File – File Info  (in photoshop). Open an image, go to File on the menu bar and scroll down to File Info. Most pictures contain this information and hence, it’s an absolute must to save all your original files in a separate folder. Once you edit, type in text or make any changes in size and color, the image saved will not contain these details and will be difficult to refer to at a later date.

This initial image was saved as .jpeg image and touching up the image too much will, result in a sharp loss in quality..again as a reminder..those of you with the convenience of saving your original file as a RAW image in-camera, irrespective of the brand you have (please refer to your camera manual to set the file type to RAW especially in dSLRs), please do so!

My main objective to process the image was to reduce the heavy yellow cast. Now, unless you add turmeric to your spaghetti most pastas cooked are white. With that as a starting point..I first went clicked Cntrl + Shift + L (Windows) and with that the initial yellowish red haze was removed. Then I clicked Cntrl + B and the Color Balance Dialogue window opened. There in I started sliding all the color slides up and down for all the three fields (Shadows, Midtones and Highlights) till I got a fair amount of white and less of yellow. Since the end result is heavily dependent on the photographer’s final vision, you might like any setting. Hence, I’m not giving any specific numbers to set it at. When I was considerably happy with the white-ness that followed, the next important element for me to adjust was the saturation. Trying to fill in light artificially resulted in a heavy red saturation in the Chicken’s leg. With it’s glossy texture, it was not very appealing. After clicking Cntrl + U, I chose the picker in the dialogue box and clicked on the surface of the chicken. Holding the picker down, I simply slid to the left. Automatically, the saturation levels also reduced in the saturation dialogue box. If you think you are unable to hold down and slide the picker tool, simply click on the chicken area and manually slide the ticker in the dialogue box. Again, once you are happy, close the window. I was quite content with the result and the final thing I decided to add artificially was to increase the sharpness of the leg. This I did by going to Effects – Sharpen – Unsharp. This is a smart tool to sharpen the foreground subject from the background. Again play around till you get what you like. However, a small piece of advice. Use this tool with absolute caution. There is a thin line between natural and overdone. And the more you sharpen, more noise in the image will also come to the fore. Hence, be careful and not carefree..in this case. :)

Although, there is much change from the initial file, there is still a heaviness in the image overall..and that can be fixed only at the time of shooting a picture. No matter how good you are at Post-process, if you don’t get your exposure and focus accurate in the first instance, it’s not going to help later. There will always remain an area of wanting.

I used the new picture over an image I pulled from Google to create a mock dummy for a package of chicken legs. Let me know, what you guys think?

And a quick shout-out to my dear friend, I’m coming over for a meal..happy cooking ;)

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Diptychs and Triptychs

It’s the sixth of the month and it’s also the second post of the month. Nice, to have enough to talk about within a span of less than one week..it’s quite commendable (by my standards and if I have to say so myself :p)! Super, but let’s not get all excited, lest I leave rest of the month all bare. Hehehe.

We first spoke of the term DIPTYCH here and that’s what I’m going to talk to you a little more about. As I have already mentioned a series of photographs put together to tell a story is what makes a Diptych and two to be exact about the number. Triptychs contain 3 as the first three letter indicate.

Okay, so..it’s a very straightforward concept. When it comes to food photography, these can be very useful tools to tell the story of the dish being prepared or as one of the examples I have included, it can be used to give the viewer two or three different perspectives of the same dish.

Here the image shows off the contents inside of the tart shell and also how it would look at eye-level. I have included the technical details of the image here.

Yesterday was quite hectic at home. Along with some ‘Fall-Cleaning’ of the house, my mother (almost a regular passive participant here now :)) decided to try her hand at baking some Indian savory tea-time snacks. We had been discussing making these for quite sometime but unless it’s done spontaneously, it keeps getting pushed. On the spurt of the moment, we put the things together from a recipe which I found at this blog. Shweta does a wonderful job at explaining how this made so easily at home and she also has some step-by-step instruction photos as well. Ha! Another good use for dips and trips (pun intended)! Here in a three step Triptych I show how the samosas looked just before it went into the oven, while it was being baked and finally hot off it.

They make stand-alone images as well as tell a small story when put together. Setup, if you ask me was barely minimal. Natural window light, wide open aperture with a 50mm lens and a steady pair of hands so as to capture the image at between 1/15 – 120sec shutter speed. ISO was high at 800, but because enough light managed to come in..noise in the image is not very visible. Images with such techniques are quite plentiful to find across the net to give you an idea what all purposes they are used even within Food Photography.

Here’s still another example. Here’s combining two images. One of a fully prepared dish. Another of the key ingredient used. Variations are multiple so have fun and experiment. A combination of a close-up and far off shot are also good uses. Try, try..it really is very simple.

Olan – A traditional South – Indian vegetarian dish made with Cowpeas and coconut milk and tempered with green chillies and curry leaves

I know, I know.. I seem to be on a trip of laying out my images in a book style presentation, lately. But hey, like I said, options are immense for learning, one never knows what more one can learn from doing something new. Until next and hopefuly soon..Cheerios! The cheesy variety!

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