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Sunday, May 6, 2012

Whenever I shoot a subject like these cheese and crackers for stock, I try to cover it at least two ways, both in a context and on its own.  Doing so greatly increases the likelihood of sales.  For the bottom shot, I even changed the crackers to something more generic to broaden its stock usage.

Both images were shot with soft window light and fill on a Nikon D800 and 60mm macro lens -- the top image at f/16, and the bottom one at f/32.

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