After doing the post processing on the first images to come out of our new studio I thought that it was about time I put out another Photoshop tutorial, this time we’re dishing out what we think are The Top Two Photoshop Tools For Food Photographers!
Full Tutorial Video Quickly Shows The Top Two Photoshop Tools For Food Photographers
- Change the size, shape and rotate with the Free Transform Tool: The Tale of the Tilted Glass
- Just don’t have enough props? No Problem with this Photoshop tutorial all about using masks: Roasted Artichokes and a New Table
Moving into a new house, setting up the studio and checking the natural light quality all seemed to call for a new post. We just unpacked all our prop boxes and I found this little gem of a bowl I picked up in Mattrah Souk, the last time we were prop shopping. You can see us here haggling with the best of them. Anyways, it’s a beautiful antique, and thinking about my shoot, I saw these little red potatoes that haven’t been in Muscat for a long time. I thought to myself that they would be a perfect match. Well after a few days of training myself, and the coffee maker, to wake early in the morning I found that the natural light comes through our new studio window at sleepy 6:30 a.m. which for me is a little rough. It shines through at a different angle than our last place and a heck of a lot earlier, but it’s nice and workable. Here are a few photos, from my first shoot at our new studio.