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As I spent more time on my food photography, I was able to justify spending money on props, like tabletop tiles, backgrounds, and flatware. While some might not showcase the depth of field (focus on a single point in the image and a blurred background) that a D-SLR allows, it’s great for overhead shots, like scenic or flat-lay style scenes. If you do choose to get a Canon Rebel series, they do have a Food Photography mode, which also helps to keep things simple when you’re just getting started. So many people spend all their time and energy making their photos look like someone else’s, but my favorite food photographers are the ones that have their own style.
The first camera I remember using was my parents’ 110 film camera. My first inclination is to put it in my bag and head out, but then the camera gets jostled around and the camera lens cap falls off. I finally got the point a few months ago where I couldn’t stand it anymore, so I started looking for long-term options. You can also check your camera owner’s manual, the box your lens came in or simply refer to this handy guide.
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This decadent and creamy drink starts with rich espresso and is combined with Carnation Evaporated Milk, sweetened condensed milk, heavy whipping cream, your favorite eggnog and a warm drizzle of intense Eggnog Butterscotch Sauce. I like to use Bustelo because it has a richer, more intense coffee flavor, which stands up really well to all of the milks we’ll If you like, you can garnish your drink with fresh ground cinnamon, a cinnamon stick, a dollop of homemade whipped cream or some of my homemade eggnog butterscotch sauce (recipe below)! A little drizzle around the top of your glass or a butterscotch-dipped spoon adds an extra punch of eggnog flavor.