Originally Posted by Freakin
wtf that's the food blog you were talking about!? Didn't realize you were an OG 2+2er. Always nice to find another fellow Seattleite *edit* it's probable I misunderstood your post and you were just linking to SFG to show work you liked. If so, disregard the rest of this post
I think I read every post on your blog after finding it a year ago
Really top-notch and inventive stuff. I was going to build your DIY circulator until I got a sick deal on a SVS.
Congrats on getting picked up by the MC team!
Did you GF get you the L version of the 100mm or the regular model? My 100mm 2.8L is my favorite lens ATM
Haha - that is not my blog, but I really like the stuff he does. That said, the guy is a pro, has been doing it for years, and iirc, won the 2011 Saveur 'best food photo' award for bloggers (might be wrong there, but I know he was one of the final few). I'm pretty jealous of him tbh, but he does a great job.
My blog is eatdrinkcheer.com
, and (currently) focuses on the food I make and pictures I take.
My lens is the standard version. Then again, I have a T3 (non-"i" version), and as I've mentioned before, my gear is definitely not what's holding me back.
I've been pretty amazed with it thus far, and put it to use this weekend shooting some fried eggplant with habanero-dill aioli and pickled shallots (doesn't look great but tastes amazing).
As I just got a vacuum sealer, I wanted to follow Scott's lead and try to get a decent shot of the before / after on the vacuum pickled shallots. Not the greatest, but