Canon-Ieatishootipost Photography Workshop: And the winners are…….

Photos by Canon professional, Jino Lee. You can view his excellent photos at www.jinolee.com.sg

The Canon-ieat food photography workshop attracted 50 participants which is the largest turnout to date. I think it reflects the increasing popularity of taking pictures of food before we eat to upload onto the internet. Everyone loves to make their friends drool!

Many thanks to all the participants who signed up to attend the workshop! We ran a competition to give everyone a chance at showing off their new found skills and I am very happy to present our winners!

If you would like to attend the next workshop, please write to lance_leong@canon.com.sg. We shall start organizing the next one when there are enough students to make up the class.

Well done everyone! Keep shooting!

1st Prize: Carolyn Lim
Carolyn has made very clever use of the wire mesh with a shallow depth of field to create a visually stunning photo. The placement of the bun along the one third line is nicely balanced by the diagonal lines and the interesting effect created by the wire mesh.

2nd Prize: June Foo
June has very cleverly used the red cherries to add complement the green and yellow pastry. She has applied the rule of thirds in her composition as well as using the edge of the lazy susan as a diagonal to break up the background.

3rd Prize: Raymond Chia

Raymond has taken advantage of the beautiful display dish as a backdrop for the green banana leaves. Again placing the subject according the the rule of thirds and making use of the plate to create diagonal lines.


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